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NAIC CEO steps down earlier than expected

North America22-11-2012

Dr. Therese Vaughan, the CEO of the NAIC, will be stepping down from her position as of the 30th of November, months earlier than her expected early 2013 departure date.

CICA conference schedule now available online

North America22-11-2012

The Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) has released the schedule for its upcoming 2013 conference, which will take place in Palm Springs, California in March of next year.

Claims specialist, Sedgwick appoints new COO

North America31-01-2012

Leading US claims and risk management specialists, Sedgwick has announced the appointment of Steven Penman as its new chief operating officer.

Moody’s launches Solvency II compliance tool

Europe20-01-2012Captive International

Moody’s Analytics announced last week that it will be launching a follow-up to its Solvency II compliance software Fermat Solvency II.

Fitch: cross-state regulatory cooperation and transparency are essential

In a new report Fitch Ratings also calls for greater public disclosure on captive arrangements and reserve financings in general.

Vermont RRG OMIC outlook revised to negative

North America

Ratings agency AM Best has revised the outlook of Vermont-based risk retention group Ophthalmic Mutual Insurance Company's long-term issuer credit rating from stable to negative.

Cayman launches new branding at RIMS 2013

Bermuda, Cayman and Caribbean, Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands captive insurance industry has rolled out a new brand at the RIMS 2013 conference to promote “its integrity and transparency”.

USA Risk launches Malta’s first RSPV

Europe, Malta

USA Risk has launched the first Malta reinsurance special purpose vehicle (RSPV).

Energi snaps up two former state insurance commissioners

North America

Energi, a provider of alternative and captive insurance solutions in the US and Canada, has appointed former Oklahoma insurance commissioner John Doak and former North Carolina commissioner Wayne Goodwin to its board of directors.

FERMA asks EU to retain the cross-border status quo

FERMA has asked that the EU not to intervene in the regulation of national insurance contracts, arguing that such an approach will jeopardise the market’s ability to write large cross-border risks.

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