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Anderson Kill & Olick establishes Vermont office

North America18-02-2013

Law firm, Anderson Kill & Olick, known primarily for representing policyholders in insurance coverage disputes, has announced that it will open a new office in Burlington, Vermont to better service the captive insurance industry.

Enstar acquires Seabright’s run-off

Bermuda, Cayman and Caribbean14-02-2013

Bermuda-based Enstar Group, which specialises in acquiring and managing insurance and reinsurance companies in run-off, has completed its acquisition of Seabright Holdings.

Henry To made CEO of JLT Re China

Asia-Pacific, China14-02-2013

JLT Re has appointed Henry To as chairman and CEO of its reinsurance operations in China and Hong Kong.

Self-Insurance Defence Coalition coordinates lobbying

North America14-02-2013

The Self-Insurance Institute of America announced that a Self-Insurance Defence League (SIDL) has been formed to coordinate lobbying, litigation and media relations activities of leading national trade associations.

Captives outperform economy, but challenges remain

Europe, North America14-02-2013

According to a special report issued this week by AM Best, captives survived the economic collapse but Solvency II’s implementation presents considerable problems for the industry.

CS STARS names new president and CEO

07-02-2013

CS STARS, a business unit of Marsh, has announced the appointment of Robert Bentley as president and CEO.

Connecticut strengthens its bench of captive expertise

07-02-2013

The Connecticut Captive Insurance Association (CCIA) has welcomed a number of new members to the association.

China set for first locally incorporated captive

Asia-Pacific, China07-02-2013

The China Insurance Regulatory Commission has given the green light to the formation of the country’s first locally incorporated captive.

IMAC appoints new chairman

Bermuda, Cayman and Caribbean07-02-2013

Rob Leadbetter has been appointed as the new chairman of the Insurance Managers Association of Cayman. He will take over from Clayton Price, who Leadbetter worked with extensively over the past two years.

Cayman moves to strengthen corporate governance

Bermuda, Cayman and Caribbean05-02-2013

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority recently entered into a consultation process with industry regarding a new corporate governance regime. Captive International spoke with Rob Leadbetter.

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