The demand for insurance talent is growing, which is especially true for the captive insurance industry. With baby- boomers retiring, generation X aging and millennials switching off at the mention of insurance - , where is the talent going to come from? Kathleen O’Neil Larkin, attorney and instructor at Missouri State University, says the gap between industry and academia must be bridged.
The failure of a captive can often be traced to a breakdown in quality corporate governance. Ben Whitehouse, senior counsel at Butler Snow, outlines the important attributes of good captive governance.
Melvin Findlay, a specialist with AXA XL’s Captives and Global Programs team based in London, shares his perspective on the opportunities the captive insurance industry offers to young people.
Dan Towle reflects on his first year as president of CICA, his outlook on the market and the importance of continuing to fuel innovation in the captives sector.
The time is ripe for captive managers to review and smarten up their marketing strategies, says marketing consultant Stewart Severino.
Bermuda continues to evolve and develop its offering for global captives. Robert Paton of BIMA talks us through its recent achievements.
The Bermuda BDA details the Island’s strengths within the captive space and the steps the agency is taking to welcome new entrants to the Bermuda market.
Gary R Markham of LSG tells Cayman Captive why e-bidding will put captives back in control of their outsourced professional services.
It is an exciting time to be in the insurance business in the Cayman Islands. The industry is vibrant and there is an energy here that is fostering and is fostered by, innovation.
Captive service providers employ local expertise and centres of excellence to attend to the intricacies of the captive sector. Here, the mobility of human capital in the sector is explored.