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GAO report on abusive tax schemes perpetuates misunderstandings of captives

North America14-09-2020

A GAO report was intended to shed some light the use of captives as abusive tax shelters. Instead it only risks perpetuating misunderstandings, says Bradley’s Davis Smith.

A joined-up approach to banking: how Barclays is supporting the captives sector

Global10-09-2020Captive

Barclays Corporate Banking is the platinum sponsor of this year’s Bermuda Captive Conference. Ahead of the event, Captive International sat down with James Morris, head of UK insurance and captive banking, to discuss how Barclays is supporting the sector.

Economic Substance compliance: what captives boards need to know

Bermuda04-09-2020

Bermuda’s Economic Substance legislation has now come into force. Strategic Risk Solutions’ Richard Daley outlines what captives boards should be thinking about to ensure they remain compliant.

Insurtech developments and their applicability to captives

Global28-08-2020

Captive insurers participate in the largest and most complex multinational insurance programmes, but often lack the operational resources and technology typically found at commercial insurers to support compliance and programme management, says Daniela Dinkova at Sovos.

The end of the gig: employers, employees and regulators fight back

Global25-08-2020

In the last of a four-part series on the growing role of the gig economy and its implications, Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network discusses the trade-off between employee protections and flexibility.

Working from home: internal control considerations and the COVID-19 pandemic

North America21-08-2020

An objective review of the design and operating effectiveness of internal controls is instrumental to ensuring continued success in the remote working environment, say Johnson Lambert’s Kathryn Gifford and Raina Tripp.

Sustained growth for the world’s third largest captive parent country

Asia-Pacific20-08-2020

Australia has been the victim of bushfires, severe hailstorms and flooding, as well as other industry-specific risks. The number of businesses turning to captives to help manage these risks is growing all the time, says Marsh’s Rob Geraghty.

Captives can benefit from run-off in the COVID-19 world

Global17-08-2020Alternative risk transfer

COVID-19 has destabilised the global economy and increased risk across all types of business. Run-off solutions can help captives better manage these risks, say Steve McElhiney of Artex and Carolyn Fahey of AIRROC.

Vote in the inaugural US Captive Awards

North America13-08-2020

Captive International is asking its readers to vote for the best captive insurance jurisdictions, managers, lawyers, and other service providers in its inaugural US Captive Awards.

Pandemics: not so unexpected?

Global10-08-2020

The consensus of the insurance industry is that pandemic risks are uninsurable. This is probably correct, at least where the business interruption exposure is concerned, but not for the reasons that are commonly cited, says Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network.

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