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Insurers need to spend more time with risk managers, and think about captives


The current hardening insurance market is driving greater interest in self-insurance via a captive and leading to a cooling of relations between companies and their insurers. AMRAE president Oliver Wild told Captive International sister publication Intelligent Insurer why insurers need to have a rethink—and talk to risk managers.

South Africa’s draft conduct standard for third-party cell captives: ironing out the details


Christine Hougaard and Matthew Dunn of Cenfri, and Ernie van der Vyver from Clyde & Co examine the lessons that can be learned from South Africa’s cell captive regulatory journey.

Exposing supply chain risk and boosting captives: COVID-19’s impact on risk managers


FERMA board member Laurent Nihoul has seen supply chain risk management tested by COVID-19 and as captives become a more attractive option in response to the hardening market, he told Intelligent Insurer, Captive International’s sister publication, why the regulations governing them should be proportional to their size.

AkzoNobel adds a dash of colour to the world of insurance


Managing the risk associated with AkzoNobel’s sprawling operation requires a significant amount of insurance. To help meet that demand, the company has a long history with captive insurance, as Captive International found out.

Customer service is key for captives


Captives have a natural advantage over commercial insurance companies due to the intimacy of their relationship with their client and owner. But they should never take that relationship for granted, and should prioritise customer service and communication the way a business would with any other customer, says Anders Esbjörnsson of NCC Insurance.

Lloyd’s Lab: shaping the future for complex, hard-to-place risks

London, UK08-05-2019Marcus Schmalbach

On May 6 the second cohort of Lloyd’s Lab kicked off in the venerable Lloyd’s building on Lime Street—the heart of the London Market. Marcus Schmalbach, CEO and founder of Ryskex, provides a glimpse behind the scenes from the eyes of a participant.

BEPS and substance requirements: Hugh’s views

Guernsey08-04-2019Hugh Rosenbaum

Guernsey has satisfied the much-debated OECD BEPS substance requirements for captives operating there. Industry veteran and retired principal of Towers Watson, Hugh Rosenbaum, shares his views.

Why schemes need to be mindful of the 20:50 rule - and how ICCs can help

Guernsey04-02-2019Kate Storey, Frank Oldham and David Riley

It is only a matter of time before a more simplified approach to longevity swaps becomes more prevalent, Robus Insurance (Guernsey) directors Kate Storey, Frank Oldham and David Riley, explain.

Captives for defined benefit pensions

Guernsey01-01-2019Alternative risk transfer, CaptiveDavid Riley and Frank Oldham

Against a backdrop of high-profile failures and closures of benefit schemes, captives have become an attractive alternative over the last few years, explains David Riley, risk consultant, and Frank Oldham, strategic consultant, at Robus Group.

Captive insurance outlook: 2018 and 2019

North America13-12-2018Captive, Legislation, M&ANate Reznicek

From high profile court cases to new regulations and M&A, 2018 has been an eventful year for the captive insurance industry—and 2019 could bring further changes. Nate Reznicek, director of operations at CIC Services, shares his views.

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