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Captive International US Focus 2022 published

United States08-08-2022Captive

US Focus 2022 explores the most pressing issues in the US captive market today.

The next big thing: Insurance-as-a-Service

United States07-06-2022Captive, Risk management

Solutions to issues such as cybersecurity, trucker liability, and firearms insurance will not be driven simply by regulations or technology. We need to think differently about how to do it, says Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network.

A rising tide: and ships are choosing Bermuda

Bermuda11-01-2022Captive, Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)

Bermuda must remain innovative, nimble and wary of too much regulation to stay ahead of the game, according to a panel of experts in the captive insurance sector at a roundtable sponsored by Appleby.

Mergers under ‘common control’—a problem shared is a problem halved

Cayman Islands02-12-2021

Economic disruption wrought by COVID-19 continues to impact decision-makers across industries. The insurance sector was no exception to the hardening marketplace, particularly for actors within the healthcare sector. Boards of directors require a creative and flexible approach to weather this storm, write Dara Keogh, Alan Shek and Preshan Moodliar of Grant Thornton.

A day in the life of a captive consultant

North America02-11-2021Captive

Bruce Whitmore of Willis Towers Watson provides an overview of the skills captive consultants must develop and the questions to be asked on a daily basis.

A smarter approach to reinsuring long-term liabilities

Bermuda, Cayman Islands07-04-2021

Setting up reinsurance companies in jurisdictions such as Bermuda or Cayman gives life insurers significantly more flexibility to manage the complex challenges they face, such as interest rate and longevity risk, says Patrick Ferguson of Marsh.

Tax considerations for captives owners in foreign jurisdictions

Bermuda, Cayman and Caribbean, North America09-03-2021

When starting a captive insurance company in a foreign jurisdiction such as the Cayman Islands or Bermuda, many prospective captive owners may be excited about the potential tax benefits. However, these tax benefits should never be a primary reason to form a captive, says Daniel Greaves of Grant Thornton.

Risk management and captives

North America17-02-2021

Good risk management is crucial to the operation of any business, and captive insurance companies are excellent vehicles for effective risk management, says John Talley of the Missouri Department of Commerce & Insurance.

Captives by numbers

North America03-02-2021

Estimations of the number of captives that exist globally vary, and a closer look at the numbers reveals some peculiar trends, says Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network.

CFSIC's Maglaras urges government to use captives to provide pandemic support

North America14-01-2021Captive

Connecticut Foundation Solutions Indemnity Company is a textbook example of how a captive can step into the breach when the commercial market walks away from a crisis. Michael Maglaras, its superintendent, believes captives should now be centre-stage in dealing with the pandemic crisis.

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