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BEPS: the US perspective

North America17-07-2017Captive

With the OECD’s base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) measures rolling out in the US, captive insurance companies find themselves under increased scrutiny from the IRS, which wants to clamp down on potential tax avoidance vehicles. US Captive explores the implications.

Changes in healthcare bring captive solutions to the forefront

North America03-07-2017Captive, HealthEd Marley and Julie Ritzman

Ed Marley, CFO of Mutual Insurance Company of Arizona and treasurer of MICA Specialty, and Julie Ritzman, vice president of risk management at Mutual Insurance Company of Arizona, explain how the shifting healthcare landscape has led to physician-owned practices reevaluating the delivery and structure of medical professional liability insurance.

Captives expansion drives demand for experienced directors

North America26-06-2017Captive, Ratings, Structured risk solutions

Andrew Barile, CEO of Andrew Barile Consulting, explains how the value of taking on an insurance industry expert at a board level is often overlooked among captive owners.

Are you overmodelled and underserved?

Global15-06-2017Captive

Exponential growth in both the number of risk models and the complexity of the calculations is both a boon and a curse, say Carrie Lam and Steve Prince of Collins Barrow.

Seeking captive value—part three

Global12-06-2017Alternative risk transfer, Captive, Structured risk solutions

Christopher Lajtha of France-based independent risk management resource Adageo explains why a captive insurance company can represent a very effective management tool, notwithstanding the costs of operating it. In the final of three articles he sums up the arguments and looks at the issues.

Group captives part 2: sharing losses

North America, UK05-06-2017Captive

To convince large members to join with smaller members, and vice versa, the prospective premium rating system needs to take account of loss experience. Hugh Rosenbaum, captive consultant and retired principal of Willis Towers Watson, explains the principle of proportional parity.

Seeking captive value—part two

Global01-06-2017Captive, Risk management

Christopher Lajtha of France-based independent risk management resource Adageo explains why a captive insurance company can represent a very effective management tool, notwithstanding the costs of operating it. In the second of three articles he addresses the issues surrounding centralised insurance procurement and strategy.

PwC responds to demand for tax advice with new hires

Bermuda, Cayman Islands30-05-2017Captive

Increased regulation and global complexity has prompted PwC to increase the size and depth of its team specialising in the area of tax advice and compliance in the Cayman Islands and Bermuda.

The implementation of governance standards in Vermont

North America24-05-2017Captive, Legislation

Vermont’s governance standards should be viewed as a tool to help board members meet their fiduciary responsibilities and promote uniformity in regulation, as Sandy Bigglestone, director of captive insurance, and Christine Brown, assistant director of captive insurance at the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation, explain.

Seeking captive value part one: the context

EMEA, Europe, London19-05-2017Captive

Christopher Lajtha of France-based independent risk management resource Adageo looks at the value proposition of a captive—why a captive insurance company can represent a very effective management tool, notwithstanding the costs of operating it. In the first of three articles he addresses the operational context in what can be a complex world.

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