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Caterpillar sets up Bermuda captive, predicts 15% savings on premiums


Setting up a captive could save up to 15 percent on health premiums, according to a panelist at the Bermuda Captive Conference who is looking at using a captive to fund a manufacturing company’s benefits programme.

CICA grooms next generation of captive leaders


The Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) has launched the NEXTGen Young And New Professionals Task Force. Comprising a cross section of captive owners, service providers and regulators, the task force represents young people in the captive insurance industry, and begins meetings in the summer.

Cox’s Fred Reiss award well deserved, says Bermuda finance minister


Jeremy Cox, the executive chair of the Bermuda Monetary Authority, was yesterday honoured for his work with a lifetime achievement award.

Bermuda’s placement on blacklist “came as a surprise”


The EU’s blacklisting of Bermuda earlier this year came as a surprise, said Scott Reynolds, president and CEO Member Insurance.

Captive industry needs space to produce better ideas, says keynote speaker


People need to be given space in order to come up with “more, better ideas”, which can be said for the captive insurance industry, according to the keynote speaker on day two of the Bermuda Captive Conference.

First captive to manage cryptocurrency risk formed on Bermuda


The first captive to manage risk associated with crypto currencies has been formed on Bermuda. The vehicle has been formed by a large financial institution to take on the risk of digital assets that it stores on behalf of third parties being stolen.

More cyber moved into captives – but firms could be better at pricing the risk


The number of companies using captives to manage cyber risk is growing exponentially but most still rely on their brokers to help price this risk instead of conducting their own financial analysis using stochastic modelling.

Companies use analytics to dodge hardening rates by leveraging captives


A hardening market has prompted many companies to explore ways of leveraging their captive to help dodge or at least offset some of the rate increases, according to Jason Flaxbeard, executive managing director, captive management and consulting, Beecher Carlson.

Bermuda anticipates more Canadian firms will form captives

Bermuda, Canada12-06-2019

Bermuda expects more captive formations from Canadian companies in the coming years, as several years of building relationships in that market come to fruition. That is according to Jereme Ramsay, business development manager (risk solutions) at the Bermuda Business Development Agency (BDA).

Vermont becomes latest domicile to introduce regulatory sandbox law

United States12-06-2019Insurance, Reinsurance

This week Vermont passed legislation that creates a regulatory sandbox for the development of a new generation of innovative insurance products, services and technologies.

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