Carlson’s Steve Bujarski, manager, risk management addresses the approach needed to run a successful captive, and the importance of a cost-effective approach to risk management.
The Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act is proving a thorny issue for captives. Do they pursue a potential home state advantage conferred by the act or hope for a captive exclusion?
Uncertainty remains over whether the Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act will be applied to the captive sector. The sector is hoping for an exclusion, but clarity remains elusive. For now, captives muddle through.
Captive service providers employ local expertise and centres of excellence to attend to the intricacies of the captive sector. Here, the mobility of human capital in the sector is explored.
Marc LaPoint at USA Risk outlines what you need to consider when choosing the optimum captive service provider team.
David Kilborn, chief investment officer at Performa, outlines what investment strategies Performa is recommending to captives and the company’s approach to developing its growing US presence.
With captives becoming increasingly mainstream, the industry is attracting more attention from US regulators.
Driven in part by legislation, more companies are considering using a captive to better manage their exposures. US Captive spoke with Gregory Fanoe on how to gain tangible strategic benefits from the decision.
Steve Kinion of the Delaware Insurance Department talks to US Captive about the importance of personal interaction and a close-knit regulatory team to the success of the state’s captive development.
Missouri’s captive industry goes from strength to strength. Located in the heartland of the US, the state’s attractions as a capable and diverse domicile are proving a continuing allure, says John Rehagen.