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Playing the odds: Bull vs Bear markets

North America09-02-2021

Oppenheimer’s Jack Meskunas examines the history of Bear and Bull markets in the US and explains why, over the long term, it has historically paid to be bullish as an investor.

Captives by numbers

North America03-02-2021

Estimations of the number of captives that exist globally vary, and a closer look at the numbers reveals some peculiar trends, says Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network.

Liability insurance can raise policing standards, says captive

North America18-01-2021

Prymus Insurance has developed a liability insurance product specifically for police officers that, it claims, can raise policing standards by rewarding good behaviour with lower premiums, while pricing out those who are repeatedly fined for poor behaviour. Captive International reports.

CFSIC's Maglaras urges government to use captives to provide pandemic support

North America14-01-2021Captive

Connecticut Foundation Solutions Indemnity Company is a textbook example of how a captive can step into the breach when the commercial market walks away from a crisis. Michael Maglaras, its superintendent, believes captives should now be centre-stage in dealing with the pandemic crisis.

Tracking and analysing loss development for captives

Global12-01-2021

There is a considerable amount of confusion about loss development factors and how they work. Enoch Starnes and Michelle Bradley of SIGMA Actuarial Consulting demystify loss development and explain why this knowledge is crucial for employees and board members of captives.

Preparing for the unique investment challenges of 2021

Global11-01-2021

The most interesting, and potentially threatening, changes to the investment market outlook for insurance companies have to do with asset class behaviour. This will have important implications for captive insurance strategic asset allocation, says Carl Terzer of CapVisor Associates.

Employee benefits are top of the corporate agenda, and captives may help

Global07-01-2021Employee Benefits

Companies are increasingly competing not only on salaries but also on employee benefits. The challenge is to offer best-in-class benefits without causing costs to escalate out of control. The way to achieve this could be to offer benefits through a captive. Captive International reports on the approach of MAXIS GBN.

Seeking risk management equilibrium in a VUCA world

Global05-01-2021

Organisations should be using their captives to manage emerging risks in a world that is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous, says Michael Zuckerman of the Temple University Fox School of Business.

The captives year in review

Cayman Islands, North America, United States21-12-2020Captive

To state the obvious, 2020 has been like no other year. However, the captive insurance world has not only survived, it has thrived under a myriad of strange circumstances, says Gary Osborne of Risk Partners.

Google outage highlights the benefits of parametric insurance

Global16-12-2020

Google parent Alphabet’s recent power outage is a perfect example of how parametric insurance products could help companies insure risks related to their intangible assets, says Marcus Schmalbach of Ryskex.

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