Please see below for some of the most recent Captive International publications

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Europe Focus 2022
European captives might not be as numerous as they are in places like the US, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t have a great deal of potential as they become more and more visible in an ever-changing insurance market. In Europe Focus, we cover the current state of the captive market across the continent. We take a look at the size of the European market, as well as the current state of regulations, and share articles from key players in the market.

CICA 50 Years of Progress
This publication celebrates 50 years of the Captive Insurance Companies Association, but far from looking back, the focus remains very much on a future filled with positivity, new talent and new ideas as the sector looks to drive positive change.

Medical Captives in the US & Beyond
Download Captive International's comprehensive whitepaper on the state of healthcare captives in the US and beyond. In this special report, you'll get insights from leading organisations such as Aon, BMS Re, Artex,Captive Resources, Risk Partners, MSL and other experts on why healthcare captives are set to grow in 2022.

US Awards 2022
Here at Captive International we have always wanted to make sure that those engaged in the behind-the-scenes work are identified, acknowledged and celebrated. So, for the third year running we’ve conducted an industry-wide survey to recognise the best-in-class service providers across the full spectrum of the US captive insurance industry. Take a look at the latest results now.

Cayman Focus 2022
As 2021 draws to a close, and we reflect on another year dominated by COVID-19 and disruptions, there is however a sense of optimism in Cayman’s insurance industry where its practitioners will reflect on a period of further growth and innovation and its continued ability to adapt. This is aptly illustrated by the fact that the Cayman Captive Forum is virtual this year. Frustrating, maybe, but it is progress and an illustration of the community’s ability to adapt after it was cancelled last year.