Bermuda has seen a steady increase in new captives being formed as well as new structures, risks and geographies being covered. Matthew Carr of Appleby examines the most common questions the law firm receives relating to the Island.
In New York, when it comes to “gravity-related” injuries it doesn’t matter who is at fault—the contractors and property owners are held responsible. Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network offers a solution.
Matthew Queen of Sherbrooke Captive Insurance makes the case that much of the IRS insurance test is flawed and needs to be rethought.
Jay Adkisson of Adkisson Pitet provides a guide to the many twists and turns of the recent Sullivan v Feldman case in Texas, which has legal implications for captive owners.
Michelle Bradley and Enoch Starnes of SIGMA Actuarial Consulting Group take a look at the impact of inflation on captives.
Stock and bond markets have been brutal this year. Carl Terzer of CapVisor Associates examines why and what it means for captive insurance company portfolios.
The implosion of the FTX exchange proves the value of insuring digital assets, says Joe Ziolkowski, chief executive officer and co-founder of Relm.
Marcus Schmalbach of Ryskex looks at crypto fraud and its relationship to the digital transformation process of the captive insurance industry.
Captive International publishes the latest edition of Cayman Focus incorporating the 2022 Captive International Cayman Awards, just before the opening of the Cayman Captive Forum.
Products and services that can be legally bought and profitably sold will be, no matter how much someone disapproves of them, says Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network.