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15 April 2024   Insurance Commissioner upbeat after a decade of captive growth.

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Captive International gets the latest on the Florida risk retention group legislative battle, in an exclusive interview with Joe Deems of the National Risk Retention Association.
Staying up to date with changes in captive insurance regulation can be an important part of the job for a board of directors, according to a webinar involving Captive International.
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.
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.
Mead keen to learn lessons from March 1 Mexican event.
Deputy commissioner of captives department positive on progress. Captive International reports.
New SEC rules around the way companies account for reserves held in captives could have unintended consequences – and even incentivise businesses to manipulate reserves, writes Matthew Queen, owner of The Queen Firm and CEO of Sherbrooke Corporate...
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