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The Future of Insurance - Blockchain Captives

Europe, Global, United States20-11-2017Captive, PCCs

As technology becomes more and more important for the insurance industry, J. Matthew Queen, general counsel and chief compliance officer at Venture Captive Management takes a look at the road ahead for blockchain captives.

Enterprise risk management in the small and medium company

North America13-11-2017Captive, Risk management

ERM involves a significant allocation of resources which many small and medium-sized businesses cannot afford, however a captive may provide a more viable alternatives, according to David Kirkup, COO and CFO at Captive Alternatives.

Captives and interest rates: into the unknown

North America07-11-2017Captive

Long-term interest rates, particularly in Europe and the US, could be poised to rise and could rise substantially from current levels, says Andrew Baron, chief investment officer at Butterfield Asset Management.

Protected cells: from captives to insurtechs

Malta01-11-2017PCCs

Ian-Edward Stafrace, CRO of Atlas Insurance PCC in Malta, gives insight into how cells in Europe are promoting innovation in the insurance market.

Importance of defining healthcare pricing for self-funded medical plans

Cayman Islands, North America06-10-2017Captive

Phillip Giles, vice president of sales and marketing, accident and health, at QBE North America, explores the different approaches to self-funded medical plans.

Think and analyse, not plug and play

North America02-10-2017Captive, Ratings

Disruption knows no boundaries—even rating agencies are not immune as a better way to assess risk emerges, says Tina Bukow of Kroll Bond Rating Agency.

Blockchain part 2: captives in a volatile world

Europe, Global18-09-2017Alternative risk transfer, Captive

In the second article of three on the use of blockchain in captives, Marcus Schmalbach of BlockART Institute investigates use cases and fields of application for existing captives, as well as potential reasons to set up a new captive within a company.

Can captives avoid excessive regulation?

North America01-09-2017CaptiveRobert Myers

As the captive market has grown and thrived it has also caught the attention of regulators at all levels. This is something of a double-edged sword for a sector that thrives on innovation, argues Robert Myers of law firm Morris, Manning & Martin.

The value of standards

Global29-08-2017Cyber

Implementing ACORD Standards improves data quality and flow, increases efficiency, and realises billion-dollar savings to the global insurance industry, as Bill Pieroni, president & CEO of ACORD, explains.

831(b) blues: the Avrahami aftermath

North America25-08-2017Captive, Legislation, Risk management

One of the most closely watched cases in the captive industry has drawn to a close, and the IRS has scored a win against 831(b)s in the case of Avrahami v Commissioner. Various experts weigh in on what can be taken away from this result.

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