Captive insurance companies (and all investors for that matter) are looking for signs that the market has “bottomed”, so that we all know it is safe to go back into the markets. Jack Meskunas of Oppenheimer & Co unpacks the evidence.
In Guernsey, the insurance market has been a traditional offering with services including standby letters of credit, account opening services and deposit/notice accounts. However, as technology advances, so does business demand for further flexibility and updated product offerings.
It is difficult to overstate the importance of loss development factors and their impact on aspects of retained risk, whether through traditional insurance policies or captive structures, say Enoch Starnes and L. Michelle Bradley of SIGMA Actuarial Consulting Group.
Jeb Dunkelberger, Phillip Giles and Gary Osborne explain the dawn of a new era—that of the Clinically Integrated Captive.
Nir Kossovsky of Steel City Re explains how the tax rules related to parametric insurance products are clearer than some might think.
Carl Terzer of CapVisor Associates explains how alternative investments are becoming more popular for all kinds of insurance companies, including captives.
Rajesh Khosla of riskLD explains how clinical practice guidelines can help to bring down obstetrics-related litigation costs in hospitals.
How can the captive insurance industry adapt to the developing impact of climate change and adopt measures to mitigate impact to their shareholders, themselves, and the natural environment? Anna Pereira of SRS Bermuda investigates.
Captive International is proud to name the winners of its third annual US Captive Awards, recognising the best in class providers across the full spectrum of disciplines active in the captive insurance industry.
Randy Sadler of CIC Services explains how during economic downturns, instances of litigation have been shown to rise and how captive insurance can protect companies in such uncertain times.