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.
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.
In Guernsey, the insurance market has been a traditional offering with services including standby letters of credit, account opening services and deposit/notice accounts. However, as technology advances, so does business demand for further flexibility and updated product offerings.
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.
‘Silent’ evidence is information we don’t have access to due to the type of data being collected or our own inability to recognise that it exists, and it needs to be taken into account when considering risk placement for a captive, says Enoch Starnes of SIGMA Actuarial Consulting Group.
By approaching the issue with research and understanding, you stand a much better chance of coming out of collateral discussions and negotiations in a positive manner, say Enoch Starnes and L. Michelle Bradley of SIGMA Actuarial Consulting Group.