Voting for Captive International’s US Awards closes this week, with readers having until Friday September 25 to participate.
Time is running out to vote in the Captive International US Awards, which will recognise the top institutions and individuals working in the US captive market across all parts of the industry.
The Captive International US Awards has received a great response so far, with voting extremely tight in a number of categories.
COVID-19 is set to cause a spike in medical malpractice claims over the next 12-18 months, despite its impact having not yet been fully felt yet, according to Clare Bello, senior vice president at VCM, a division of CCMSI.
US captives rated by AM Best continued their run of strong financial results in 2019, according to AM Best’s Market Segment Report, titled Commercial Market Dislocation Could Provide New Opportunities for Captives to Fill the Void.
The North River Insurance Company, a subsidiary of Crum and Forster, has partnered with Pivot Health to provide group short-term health insurance plans.
Abry Partners, a private equity company, has taken a majority stake in HealthEZ, an independent third-party administrator (TPA) of self-funded medical plans that focuses on small and mid-sized businesses.
The North Carolina Captive Insurance Association (NCCIA) has cancelled its 2020 Annual Conference, which had already been rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The South Carolina Captive Insurance Association (SCCIA) has cancelled its 2020 Annual Executive Educational Conference, which was scheduled for September 15-17 in Charleston, South Carolina.
Vermont Governor Phil Scott has signed new legislation that strengthens the state's captive insurance laws.