Insurance software provider CHSI Technologies has created captive management software designed to improve efficiency, transparency and compliance.
Legal services firm Butler Snow has appointed Benjamin Whitehouse as senior counsel of the firm's regulatory and government relations practice, based in Nashville.
Massachusetts-based managing general agency Energi Insurance Services has established a new group captive for energy clients within fuel distribution, energy transportation, energy construction, renewable energy, agricultural cooperative, and utilities segments.
Employee Benefit Management Services (EBMS), a healthcare management company based in Montana, has appointed James Vertino as its CEO.
Randall & Quilter has started 2019 by completing two new transactions relating to exit solutions in the self-insurance and captive markets.
The Delaware Captive Insurance Association (DCIA) has appointed Christian Stormer to serve on its board of directors.
Connecticut has entered into two separate memoranda of understanding with The Hartford and Liberty Mutual Insurance to provide supplemental financial assistance to policyholders who file claims and receive awards to remediate their crumbling concrete foundations through the state’s captive insurance programme, the Connecticut Foundations Solutions Indemnity Company (CFSIC).
The State of Vermont licensed 25 captives in 2018, including one affiliated reinsurance company (ARC), according to statistics released by the Department of Financial Regulation.
Audit, tax and advisory services firm Johnson Lambert has appointed Allan Autry, Lane Miller and Lauren Williams as partners, based in its North Carolina office.
Insurance broker and consultant Woodruff Sawyer has appointed Dan Schmidt as senior vice president of its healthcare practice.