23 April 2024   The latest figures from CIMA reveal that the domicile continues to grow.

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The head of captives and climate risk at WTW says captive insurance companies can have a key role to play in managing climate change risk.
Robert Gabriel of AM Best explores why captive insurers regard these three domiciles so favourably.
North Carolina recognises the benefits of captive insurance in the challenging economic environment, with continued growth in formations, including cell structures, as well as increased use of existing captives, says Lori Gorman of the North Carolina Department of Insurance.
Sol Feinberg and Enoch Starnes of SIGMA Actuarial Consulting Group review some creative approaches to viewing risk management.
Jack Meskunas of Oppenheimer & Co and Mikhail Raybshteyn of EY explore some of the market’s thoughts and views when it comes to captive insurance investments and considerations.
Marcus Schmalbach, chief executive of Ryskex, describes some of the latest developments in the captives industry, as previously niche tools have become more widespread.
PNC’s modern approach helps organisations holistically see a better future, as Wade Meadows of PNC Institutional Asset Management explains.
Greg Cobb of Sage Advisory Services describes how the company established its core principles and has maintained them over the past 25 years.
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18 April 2024   The executive has a wide range of experience and will lead the company’s accounting team.
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18 April 2024   New CFO and chief product officer at employee benefit financing platform.
17 April 2024   The executive has been with the group for two decades.
17 April 2024   The firm is scaling up internationally with new hires.
17 April 2024   The 2024 risk management event will be in San Diego in May.
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