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Reigniting our reputation for risk-taking

Global, United States19-05-2023Captive, Risk management

Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network looks at how to approach the current reinsurance market.

Microcaptives: the IRS’s next battlefield in its war against captives?

United States14-04-2023Captive, IRS

The IRS is continuing to target captives, with microcaptives being the next area put under the microscope, writes Matthew Queen, owner of The Queen Firm and CEO of Sherbrooke Corporate.

Microcaptives and transportation: teaching an old dog new tricks

Global, United States05-04-2023Captive

Jeremy Colombik, managing partner at MSI, and Henry Laville, risk transfer specialist at Elite Risk Services, look at how captives can provide the answer to transportation headaches.

Meeting tomorrow’s challenges

Global, United States03-04-2023Captive

New CICA chair Nick Hentges talks to Captive International about the need to recruit talent to the captive insurance industry and his plans for the year ahead.

The growing third party-focused cell captive market

Global, United States20-03-2023Captive, PCCs

Adam Miholic of Hylant Global Captive Solutions looks at the growing popularity of cell captives.

Volunteering for success

United States16-03-2023Captive

The number of captives in Tennessee is rising, as it works to rise up the list of US captive domiciles.

Captives in Missouri continue to grow strong in 2023

United States06-03-2023Captive

Sam Komo of the Missouri Department of Commerce & Insurance provides a snapshot of where the captive insurance market stands in the state.

VCIA president Mead positive on Mexico City roadshow

Vermont, United States28-02-2023Captive

Mead keen to learn lessons from March 1 Mexican event.

Bigglestone bullish on Vermont captives growth

Vermont, United States22-02-2023Captive, Medical Cannabis

Deputy commissioner of captives department positive on progress. Captive International reports.

Lyft demonstrates unintended consequences of new SEC captives rules

United States20-02-2023Captive

New SEC rules around the way companies account for reserves held in captives could have unintended consequences – and even incentivise businesses to manipulate reserves, writes Matthew Queen, owner of The Queen Firm and CEO of Sherbrooke Corporate, who uses the results and subsequent turmoil in the share price of ridesharing business Lyft as a case in point.

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