The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism explains why for business or pleasure, the Cayman Islands is a worthwhile experience.
PointRight’s increasingly sophisticated use of analytics in the medical arena ensures that care establishments are protected in any emergency.
Louise Twiss West and Claudio Lede ask the all important question. Segregated accounts or pooled vehicles: which is better for medium-sized captives?
Uncertainty surrounding the industry demanded caution last year, but there is now a palpable sense of cautious optimism.
The National Risk Retention Association (NRRA) has been the voice of the risk retention and purchasing group industry for more than two decades. Robert H. Myers recalls some of its biggest successes.
Organising a small property and casualty insurance company with section 831(b) tax treatment—a 831(b) company—can be a powerful solution to a closely held business’s insurance needs, says Charles J. Lavelle.
With LOC prices still going up, it is time to do something about it, says Robert Quinn.
It’s a good practice every now and then to fine-tune complex structures. The US captive industry is no different. Only this time, the tool used is the strategic review, says Michael Serricchio.
Derek Lloyd looks at the factors you need to consider when evaluating whether or not to redomicile your captive, and the practicalities involved if you decide to proceed further.
Vermont has steadily risen up the rankings as an attractive domicile for captive insurers. Dan Towle believes the reason why is clear—security, stability and service.