23 June 2023 Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, has signed into law Public Act 23-15, An Act Concerning Captive Insurance Companies, described by the State as a groundbreaking piece of legislation aimed at bolstering the captive insurance industry in the state.
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Alberta has joined the list of the domiciles that are open to captives. Rick Da Costa of Cassels Brock & Blackwell explains what happened to open the province to captives.
Greg Lang of the Reinsurance and Insurance Network looks at how to approach the current reinsurance market.
John Keen of Mustard Consulting takes a look at recent moves by Lloyd’s to get more involved in the captive insurance market.
The IRS is continuing to target captives, with microcaptives being the next area put under the microscope, writes Matthew Queen, owner of The Queen Firm and CEO of Sherbrooke Corporate.
Michelle Bradley and Enoch Starnes of SIGMA Actuarial Consulting Group examine recent legal developments in the US and how they might affect the captive insurance industry.
Jeremy Colombik, managing partner at MSI, and Henry Laville, risk transfer specialist at Elite Risk Services, look at how captives can provide the answer to transportation headaches.
New CICA chair Nick Hentges talks to Captive International about the need to recruit talent to the captive insurance industry and his plans for the year ahead.
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3 May 2023 No date yet set for further progress in legislature.
3 May 2023 The event will be in London and will include pricing information.
3 May 2023 The report looks at key market metrics for a fast-growing sector.
2 May 2023 The bills could be signed into law by the Governor as soon as this week, against NRRA objections.
2 May 2023 The executive will not be running for re-election at the next election.
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