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The lack of consistency in reporting standards and how this may hurt captives

North America24-07-2020Captive

There is very little consistency between countries when it comes to insurance tax reporting, and captives managers need to stay across the nuances to avoid trouble. Daniela Dinkova of Sovos explores some of the differences.

Does your captive have a COVID-19-related claim?

North America22-07-2020Captive

Many businesses are suffering losses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic that, at first glance, look likely to be covered by various different policies such as work stoppage and business interruption. But policyholders should double-check the small print, says TJ Strickland of Strickland Hardee.

Captives find a home in The Bahamas

The Bahamas17-07-2020

As a jurisdiction The Bahamas offers unique advantages when it comes to providing a home for small, private captives: a well-regulated insurance sector and a collaborative public-private sector approach, says Tanya McCartney of the Bahamas Financial Services Board.

Creative uses for captives in a hard market


Captives can be used creatively to reduce the impacts of a hard market. Oliver Schofield and Damian McNamara of RISCS discuss how, and consider how captive use will expand in Asia in 2021 and beyond.

Preparing captive owners for new accounting legislation


IFRS 17 is the first international accounting standard for insurers. It represents a huge change for captive insurance companies, which will need to be well prepared to comply with the new rules, says Alex Gedge of Marsh.

Cell captives gain traction in Sub-Saharan Africa

Africa09-07-2020Incorporated Cell Companies

Sub-Saharan Africa’s economy has taken a considerable hit from COVID-19 and the resulting global shutdown, underlining the need for businesses in the region to be able to better manage their risk. Cell captives could offer an attractive solution, say Cenfri’s Matthew Dunn and Jeremy Gray, and Ernie van der Vyver of Clyde & Co.

How captives support the informal economy


Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network’s third article in a series on the future of work examines the informal economy, where business is neither taxed nor monitored by any form of government.

Improving captive analytics through claim lag metrics

North America06-07-2020

Many key decision-makers are looking for new ways of using analytics. Sigma’s Michelle Bradley, Enoch Starnes and Al Rhodes discuss how claim lag metrics can be used to determine projected losses.

The power of crisis leadership

Global03-07-2020Risk management

Executives spend a lot of time worrying about their bank accounts, but the reputational piggy bank is the most important account of all. Captives must think and act strategically in order to ensure they maintain a healthy balance, says Robert Weinhold of the Fallston Group.

Hong Kong: Asia’s emerging captive domicile


China is a land of many very large companies, and few captives. As the benefits of these structures become better understood, in the longer term Hong Kong can emerge as a thriving captives domicile to rival Singapore. First, it must finish fine-tuning its regulatory regime, says Edward Wu from Willis Towers Watson.

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