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Cell captives gain traction in Sub-Saharan Africa

Africa09-07-2020Incorporated Cell Companies

Sub-Saharan Africa’s economy has taken a considerable hit from COVID-19 and the resulting global shutdown, underlining the need for businesses in the region to be able to better manage their risk. Cell captives could offer an attractive solution, say Cenfri’s Matthew Dunn and Jeremy Gray, and Ernie van der Vyver of Clyde & Co.

How captives support the informal economy


Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network’s third article in a series on the future of work examines the informal economy, where business is neither taxed nor monitored by any form of government.

Improving captive analytics through claim lag metrics

North America06-07-2020

Many key decision-makers are looking for new ways of using analytics. Sigma’s Michelle Bradley, Enoch Starnes and Al Rhodes discuss how claim lag metrics can be used to determine projected losses.

The power of crisis leadership

Global03-07-2020Risk management

Executives spend a lot of time worrying about their bank accounts, but the reputational piggy bank is the most important account of all. Captives must think and act strategically in order to ensure they maintain a healthy balance, says Robert Weinhold of the Fallston Group.

Hong Kong: Asia’s emerging captive domicile


China is a land of many very large companies, and few captives. As the benefits of these structures become better understood, in the longer term Hong Kong can emerge as a thriving captives domicile to rival Singapore. First, it must finish fine-tuning its regulatory regime, says Edward Wu from Willis Towers Watson.

Building the ideal captive board


Like any other insurance company, a captive needs a strong board to provide the appropriate level of oversight. Scott Bailey of Carr, Riggs and Ingram outlines what boards do, and what characteristics to look for in prospective board members.

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.

Insurance faces a war on two fronts

North America24-06-2020Legislation

The insurance industry says pandemic risk is uninsurable. In fact, nothing is uninsurable if the problem is approached with sufficient creativity. Unless insurers change their tune, they may be hastening their demise, as businesses look elsewhere for solutions to their pandemic problems, says Butler University’s Zach Finn.

Updates for MSSP and Next Generation ACOs during COVID-19

North America23-06-2020Health

CMS has made a number of changes to MSSP and Next Gen ACOs, some of which are inherent to the individual programmes and some of which have been created and added specifically to counter the effects of the COVID-19 public health emergency. Chris Coulter of Archway Health examines the changes.

Leaders of the pack: at the cutting edge of Cayman captives

Cayman Islands18-06-2020Captive

Some of the winners of our inaugural Captive International Cayman Awards gathered at a roundtable event in the Cayman Islands, delivered by Captive International and hosted by KPMG. The event, which took place before COVID-19 truly came to the fore, represented an opportunity for the winners to share insights on the captive insurance landscape in Cayman and discuss opportunities around its future growth and success.

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