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.
More than simply a place to enjoy its famed Southern hospitality, South Carolina has emerged as one of the leading US captive domiciles thanks to the strength and flexibility of its regulatory approach.
Anguilla has cemented its position in the global top five of captive domiciles with a regulatory approach that is responsive and individually tailored to the needs of each captive. Here we explore the Island’s attractions.
A tough, but appropriate, regulatory approach has helped place Nevis at the forefront of global captive jurisdictions, as Bernadette Lawrence reports.
In 2012 there was further growth in US captive numbers in most states, although the number of new entrants was somewhat muted by the soft commercial market. A snapshot of domiciles provides an indication of further positive momentum, but numbers have fallen somewhat short of rapid growth.
Guenter Droese of ECIROA talks with EMEA Captive about the ongoing discussions surrounding Solvency II.
EMEA Captive spoke with Carlos Montalvo of the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) about the evolving Solvency II regime and likely captive treatment under the emerging framework.