Peter Jones suggests a process for evaluating a captive’s asset mix and appropriate surplus
Brian First outlines the captive’s edge in managing through the cycle.
Robert Quinn argues the merits of the trust over letters of credit, without resorting to fisticuffs.
Calvin Morton stresses the importance of disaster recovery planning.
Kieran O’Mahony explains United’s experience in meeting captives’ needs across property, casualty and marine lines.
Golden sands, an expansive golf course and lavish shopping opportunities—all this is just a stone’s throw from Sunshine Suites Resort, Grand Cayman.
Tom McMahon offers an examination of Bermuda’s captive industry and argues that the Island fully embraces the idea that with great power comes great responsibility.
Bermuda continues to be the premier captive domicile due to its practical risk-based regulation, quality environment that fosters business development and depth of market expertise, says Craig Swan.
The changing global marketplace is forcing many captives to make rash decisions, but Steven Chirico argues that attention first needs to be paid to risk and corporate governance.
An advocate of the insurance trust as an alternative to the letter of credit, Robert Quinn reflects on his long association with Bermuda’s captive insurance market.