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2022 Captive International US Awards revealed

United States26-09-2022Captive

Captive International is proud to name the winners of its third annual US Captive Awards, recognising the best in class providers across the full spectrum of disciplines active in the captive insurance industry.

How captive insurance can offset risk and the impacts of litigation in economic downturns

United States26-09-2022Captive

Randy Sadler of CIC Services explains how during economic downturns, instances of litigation have been shown to rise and how captive insurance can protect companies in such uncertain times.

Challenges for the captive insurance industry: a report from the VCIA conference

Global, Vermont, United States01-09-2022Captive, Risk management

Marcus Schmalbach, chief executive officer of Ryskex, reflects on a panel titled ‘Emerging Risks & Parametrics’ at the VCIA conference.

Leveraging the Barbados insurance brand

Barbados25-08-2022Risk management

Kirk Cyrus of Strategic Risk Solutions, Barbados, reviews some of the countries and regions which have been using Barbados for their captives.

Captive International US Focus 2022 published

United States08-08-2022Captive

US Focus 2022 explores the most pressing issues in the US captive market today.

10 quick ratios to health-check your captive

Global03-08-2022Risk management

Lori Ussery of SIGMA lists 10 things to be aware of when a captive is reviewed by its owner.

A Howey Test for insurance


Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network takes a look at whether cryptocurrencies will pass the latest legal hurdles in their path.

The next big thing: Insurance-as-a-Service

United States07-06-2022Captive, Risk management

Solutions to issues such as cybersecurity, trucker liability, and firearms insurance will not be driven simply by regulations or technology. We need to think differently about how to do it, says Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network.

Captive governance and the insurance manager


Captive boards need to be confident that their responsibilities are being properly fulfilled by way of controlled delegation to their insurance managers, says Peter Child of Strategic Risk Solutions.

Tracking estimated required reserve changes for captives


One of the most efficient ways of reviewing the impact of a captive’s losses is through an actuarial exhibit referred to as a ‘reconciliation of required reserves’, say Enoch Starnes and L. Michelle Bradley of Sigma Actuarial Consulting Group.

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