Emerging economies represent increasingly significant investment opportunities to those captives prepared to diversify their investment portfolios.
PointRight examines how quantitative prognostics can protect nursing homes from the loss costs of professional liability.
Bermuda remains the world's leading captive domicile. Bermuda Captive examines the ingredients of its ongoing success.
With the BMA’s new code of conduct imminent, Paul O’Neill addresses its implicat ions for Bermuda’s captive sector.
Bermuda’s decision to opt for Solvency II equivalence will have an undoubted impact upon its captive sector. Bermuda Captive discusses the merits of the decision.
Robert Quinn examines the various collateral alternatives in the light of a recent industry panel discussion mulling over the options.
Jeremy Cox, CEO of the Bermuda Monetary Authority, outlines the implications of Solvency II and the Authority’s new Code of Conduct, and explains that there is much to commend and little to fear from the new measures.
With a tax information exchange agreement with Canada due to be ratified in the country’s coming parliament, Bermuda Captive examines its implications for the Island’s captive sector.
The Insurance Managers Association of Cayman gets a new chairman as Monique Jackson takes up the leading position within the organisation.
IMAC’s new chairman profiles the Cayman Islands’ continuing success as a captive domicile and provides an annual update on progress made by the industry.