Still under the IRS’s microscope
The IRS continues to target microcaptives and specifically 831(b)s–even though those creating them have had plenty of warnings. Captive International reports.
Reaching for the stars
Identifying and retaining the next generation of captive insurance stars is the key to future success in the US captive insurance market—and companies can’t be left behind, Anne Marie Towle of Hylant tells Captive International.
Current market conditions may provide a turning point
Captives are now firmly on the front-burner for every risk manager, writes Daniel Towle, CICA president.
Great captive managers consider the past
Legacy transactions can provide big benefits to captives and captive managers, says Mory Katz of BMS Re.
Cyber captives: the only way is up
Recent cyber crime headlines have forced corporations to start thinking outside the box. Captive International examines the choices facing captives.
Stepping up to the captive plate
Teresa Jones and Amanda Cook of RH CPAs discuss why the IRS has been examining captives—and how important it is for market players to play by the rules.
Missouri shows the captive way forward
Sam Komo of the Missouri Department of Commerce & Insurance explains the importance of the state’s Show-Me captive insurance programme.
Life after the pandemic
A hard market and challenging circumstances have been some of the drivers behind a period of substantial captive formation activity in the US. Captive International investigates.
Passing the baton
In 2022 David Provost of Vermont’s Department of Financial Regulation will retire after 15 years in his role. He and his successor Sandy Bigglestone reflect and look ahead.
Communication and captive success
Dialogue and information are key to meeting the challenges of the captive market. Al Rhodes of SIGMA explains how important dialogue is.