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The insurance and risk management industry in Guernsey has its origins dating back to the 18th century and the first captive insurer was incorporated in the island in 1922.

Since then, Guernsey has grown to become the leading captive insurance domicile in Europe.

Fishing and farming were traditionally how Guernsey people got by, and there is evidence both are still essential industries in the island.

An off-shoot of the growing industry is ‘hedge veg’, a much-loved local tradition that still thrives today.

Gâche Melée is another traditional Guernsey recipe dating back for hundreds of years.

It may share a similar name with Gâche, but is completely different!

Guernsey may geographically be closer to France but it remains loyal to the British crown, and has done since Norman times.

From folklore and witchcraft to ancient language and our traditional dishes the past is woven into the present in Guernsey.

“If BHP Billiton was starting all over again from scratch, given where the management teams are based, would we have a captive and, if so, where it would be located? Guernsey came out significantly ahead.” A captive, in its purest form, is a company set up by its owners primarily to insure the risks of its parent and/or subsidiaries.

Captive insurance offers many advantages over insuring through the commercial market: Since 1 January 2016, all captives domiciled within the European Union have had to comply with Solvency II, the EU’s harmonised insurance regulatory regime.

Gâche Melée is more like a very heavy sort of apple cake.

This stodgy pudding is another traditional recipe with plenty of variations.