Janet Grace, the director of the captive insurance division at the State of Connecticut Insurance Department, has passed away, following a six year battle with metastatic breast cancer.
Captive owners spending more on analytics to drive down costs and improve safety culture: CICA panel
Captive owners are increasing their use of analytics, and spending more time understanding their data, as they look for ways to mitigate and minimise factors that contribute to losses in the workplace, according to Gordon Padera, executive vice president at Gallagher Bassett Services.
The Self Insurance Institute of America (SIIA) will hold a virtual town hall on June 2 with Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester, a Democrat representing Delaware who serves on the energy and commerce committee.
QBE North America has promoted Steve Gransbury and Tara Krauss to the roles of head of specialty insurance and head of accident and health, respectively.
The North Carolina Captive Insurance Association will hold its rescheduled 2020 Conference from August 31 to September 2, with the state having entered phase two of its COVID-19 reopening.
Many in Guernsey’s financial services sector will return to work from June 1, as the island emerges from its COVID-19 lockdown, with no known active cases of the virus currently on the island.
Stockholders of Marsh & McLennan have elected the entire slate of 2020 director nominees for a one-year term.
Women have more opportunities to get ahead in the captive insurance industry than elsewhere in insurance, or in many other industries, according to Mary Ellen Moriarty, a risk manager at College Insurance Company.
Mauro Dugulin will step down from his position as chief executive of MAXIS GBN from July 1 2020.
Michael Corbett has been named on the Tennessee Captive Insurance Association (TCIA) board of directors.