Like any other business sector, captives occasionally have to be sold or wound up. Stephanie Mocatta, CEO, and Tom Hodson, general counsel, SOBC Sandell offer five reasons for failure, and suggest some solutions.
Puerto Rico is working on its strategy to become the ‘Singapore of the West’, explains David Kirkup, CFO and COO of Captive Alternatives.
As the threat from cyber crime becomes more complex and the general insurance industry struggles to keep pace, captive insurers can come into their own, writes Matthew Queen, general counsel and chief compliance officer, Venture Captive Management.
Innovative risk transfer will influence the future of the captive as a business model, as Marcus Schmalbach of BlockART Institute explains.
US Tax Reform has now passed the Senate. Next steps are to reconcile the House and Senate bills, and then issue the final rules. David Kirkup, CFO and COO at Captive Alternatives, explores what this will mean, if anything, for captive insurance companies in the next year.
One of the most effective approaches for controlling the cost of employee benefit healthcare delivery is to buy healthcare services more efficiently using self-funded plans and medical stop loss captives, says Phillip Giles of QBE North America.
Monique McDonald of Global Captive Management provides a captive manager’s perspective on the healthcare sector and the vital benefits captive insurance can provide.
With domiciling and redomiciling becoming easier for captives as different jurisdictions seek to attract more business, Cayman needs to focus on retaining what it has—as well as attracting newcomers. Cayman Captive investigates.
This year the Cayman Captive Forum celebrates 25 years since it was created by the Insurance Managers Association of Cayman. Cayman Captive takes a look back at how it started—and how much has changed.
In the silver anniversary year of the Cayman Captive Forum, Cayman Captive magazine gathered a group of experts to discuss the current state of the industry and the opportunities that lie ahead.