PointRight explains how strong data analytics can help captive managers build a profitable healthcare captive, even in a soft market.
Nexus Re’s Helen Stephenson outlines the specifics of the company’s risk-pooling structure and details its benefits to captive entities.
In the current interest rate environment, banks are forced to become more competitive. HSBC, one of the world’s largest banks, is well positioned to do just that.
As increasingly innovative approaches to captive entities become part of the US landscape, Constitution outlines its Delaware-based offering.
An examination of the challenges faced and those questions that need to be addressed in a captive feasibility study.
With Solvency II imminent, US captives are watching Europe’s new regulatory regime with interest. Some believe its implications will be significant. Some are convinced otherwise. US Captive addresses both sides.
With families, patients and lawyers paying increasingly close attention to quality of care, PointRight outlines the significance of effective risk analytics to the assessments of US healthcare providers.
Pierre Sonigo outlines the progress of European regulatory developments and explains why expected changes are as easy to understand as counting from one to five.
Yvette Essen provides an overview of the captive market, and indicates that there is cause for both opportunity and caution, with regulatory developments likely to have a significant impact on the sector.
Praveen Sharma examines tax considerations for captives and explains why any potential saving should be regarded as an additional benefit to the parent and not an end in itself.