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Five amazing realities about blockchain and captive insurance

North America07-02-2019Matthew Queen

Blockchain is set to transform the insurance industry, and by extension the captives sector. Matthew Queen, chief compliance officer and general counsel of Venture Captive Management, explores five different angles of how captives will benefit.

Five reasons missing the cannabis insurance train will kill captive managers

North America21-01-2019Matthew Queen

With the cannabis industry expected to generate over $20 billion in US sales in 2021 and only a handful of insurers active in this space, there is a prime opportunity for captive insurers to step in. An inherent conflict at a federal level scares away many captive managers, but those not willing to act might get left behind. Matthew Queen, chief compliance officer and general counsel of Venture Captive Management, has the details.

Captives’ central role in the construction industry

07-01-2019CaptiveThomas Stokes

Contractors and sub-contractors in the construction industry face challenges that are not only unique by specialty, but even from one company to the next. Captive insurance is playing an increasingly central role in addressing the day-to-day challenges of this specialised industry, explains Thomas Stokes, managing partner at JLT Insurance Management.

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.

Investing in the future talent of the captive insurance market

Global13-12-2018CaptiveMelvin Findlay

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.

Strength in numbers: a snapshot into Cayman's group captives

Cayman Islands28-11-2018CaptiveOwen Faulkner

Many group captive programmes have experienced growth—especially in the Cayman Islands. Cayman Captive takes a snapshot of this growing sector.

Healthcare and beyond in Cayman

Cayman Islands28-11-2018CaptiveOwen Faulkner

Cayman is continuing to establish itself as the leading jurisdiction on healthcare, but there are other growth areas to watch. Cayman Captive investigates.

Outsourcing arrangements in healthcare captives

Cayman Islands28-11-2018Philip Alexander

Healthcare captives continue to show positive growth in Cayman, but outsourcing functions from these entities must be done with due care, says Philip Alexander of RSM.

The cost benefits of medical stop loss captives

North America24-09-2018CaptiveAnne Marie Towle

When healthcare costs continue to rise, captives can provide customised transfer solutions that improve the financial management of many employer-sponsored health plans. Anne Marie Towle of JLT Insurance Management (USA) has the details.

Governance, risk and compliance: optimising your captive's strategy

Europe20-08-2018Stuart King and Derick White

There are several key areas that captive owners and international regulators might wish to consider in the pursuit of optimising an insured’s risk finance strategy, as Stuart King of SRS Europe and Derick White of Strategic Risk Solutions explain.

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