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How captive insurance can offset risk and the impacts of litigation in economic downturns

United States26-09-2022Captive

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.

What makes Delaware unique as a captive domicile

North America07-06-2021

Delaware’s captive insurance industry is characterised by its high degree of intimacy, with constant dialogue between market participants and the regulator ensuring it is always an easy place to do business, says Joanne Shaver of the Delaware Captive Insurance Association.

How to look not like an insurance company

North America30-03-2021

Richard Colombik and Jeremy Colombik, of Richard M. Colombik & Associates and MSI, respectively, examine the verdict of the Caylor Land and Development v Commissioner case and explain why the court ruled as it did.  

Tennessee: providing certainty in uncertain times

North America15-03-2021

Captive International caught up with Belinda Fortman, director of the captive insurance section at the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance, to ask what is special about Tennessee, which has referred to its captive offering as “the gold standard of the south”.

Challenges and opportunities for captive insurance in Mexico

Latin America17-11-2020

Mexico’s use of captives is increasing despite the lack of specific captive insurance legislation, and new laws may be not far off, say Thomas Morante and Yani Contreras of Carlton Fields.

Working from home: internal control considerations and the COVID-19 pandemic

North America21-08-2020

An objective review of the design and operating effectiveness of internal controls is instrumental to ensuring continued success in the remote working environment, say Johnson Lambert’s Kathryn Gifford and Raina Tripp.

Captives find a home in The Bahamas

The Bahamas17-07-2020

As a jurisdiction The Bahamas offers unique advantages when it comes to providing a home for small, private captives: a well-regulated insurance sector and a collaborative public-private sector approach, says Tanya McCartney of the Bahamas Financial Services Board.

Managing captives amid rising social inflation

North America05-06-2020Legislation

Social inflation is on the rise, and with it, loss liability claims. Captives should be aware of this trend and establish strategies to manage the resulting risks, say John Ferrara and Margo Mackenzie of EY.

The small state with big plans for captives

North America06-05-2020

Connecticut is a relative newcomer to the increasingly competitive world of captive insurance regulation, but has quickly earned a reputation as an attractive domicile. As pressure increases on offshore captives to bring business back onshore, the state hopes to capture a lot of new business. Captive International reports.

Bermuda: still number one for captives


With the EU adding Bermuda to its “white list” of fully cooperative tax jurisdictions, the outlook looks bright for Bermuda’s captive insurance industry in 2020, says Nick Miles of Kennedys.

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