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Peter Johnson, senior actuarial consultant and property & casualty practice lead at Spring Consulting Group, lays...
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Gerjan Delhaas has been captive and finance manager for insurance at AkzoNobel since January 2014....
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The expert contributors featured within the Captive Review Global Programmes report are focused on guiding...
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The annual Captive Manager Survey always provides an interesting snapshot, collating trends and opinion from...
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Captive Review has reported extensively on the Avrahami v Commissioner case, including commentary from the...
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Paul Woehrmann and Florence Tondu-Mélique, of Zurich, provide insight into the latest market observations and...
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The dust has settled somewhat after the burst of news and commentary on the Avrahami...
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In the 2017 Investment and Banking Focus we address investment opportunities and strategies for captives. ...
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What does the future hold for larger captives in the post-Avrahami-decision world?  Mikhail Raybshteyn and...
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Matthew Queen is general counsel and chief compliance officer at Venture Captive Management, LLC, a...
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Exclusive: Carrefour to close Ireland captive

French retail giant Carrefour will close its Ireland-domiciled captive after novating its non-life portfolio to AXA Corporate Solutions. Carrefour Insurance DAC was formed in 2004 and is a...
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Novea enlists Puerto Rico cell for captive reinsurance

Madison Re I.I., a protected cell company domiciled in Puerto Rico, will reinsure the pure captive owned by Novea Inc. Novea is a financial services software company that...
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JP Morgan captive rated ‘Excellent’

The Vermont captive owned by JPMorgan Chase & Co has had its financial strength rating of ‘A’ (Excellent) affirmed by A.M. Best. Park Assurance Company was formed in...
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Judge Holmes criticises “sloppy” policy language in latest Avrahami exchange

The Avrahami’s move for reconsideration of two findings of fact has been dismissed by Judge Holmes. Captive Review reported in August the US Tax Court had ruled in...
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