Incorporated Cell Companies

Heritage. Strength. Power

In 2006 Guernsey introduced Incorporated Cell Companies (ICCs), which are similar to PCCs except that each cell is a separate legal entity with its own board of directors.

As with PCCs the assets and liabilities of the ICC and each incorporated cell, are legally independent from each other.

The notable difference between PCCs and ICCs is that incorporated cells within an ICC can trade with each other, whereas cells within a single PCC cannot. They can also migrate between ICC cores and convert into stand alone companies more easily than PCC cells.

Incorporate Cell Companies Contact

Nick  Heys

Nick Heys

Managing Director

+44 (0) 1481 716000

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Charles Allen

Charles Allen

Executive Chairman

+44 (0) 1481 716000

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Paul Eaton

Paul Eaton

Director, New Business

+44 (0) 1481 716000

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