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Enterprise risk captives, or ERCs, are booming business in the United States, but the concept does...
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The United Kingdom's Insurance Act 2015 goes live on 12 August, 2016 and will impact all...
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What do Dennis Harwick, David Cameron and Gordon Rowell have in common? Their resignations or retirement...
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Robert "Skip" Myers, managing partner of the Washington, DC office of Morris, Manning & Martin, examines the...
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The proportion of Marsh-managed captives writing employee benefits significantly increased during 2015. Lorraine Stack, growth leader...
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Prior to the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union, Tim Scanlon, of Matheson, and...
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Questions surrounding self-procurement taxes in the United States are not going away and owners are...
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Employee benefits has likely been discussed, or at least mentioned, in every edition of Captive Review...
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Nigel Feetham is a senior partner at Gibraltar law firm Hassans and the co-author of...
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Bermuda has a rich history as the world’ leading offshore jurisdictions for captive insurance. Deemed...
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Christina Kindstedt joins Advantage

Advantage Insurance has hired former Willis Towers Watson captive expert Christina Kindstedt to serve in its insurance management...
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R&Q acquires Cummins legacy captive

R&Q has announced its second captive acquisition in a week after completing the transaction for a Vermont-domiciled insurance company owned by engine manufacturer Cummins, Inc. The run-off specialists...
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Delaware to introduce dormant captive status

Delaware will be the latest American domicile to add a ‘dormant’ definition to its captive insurance statute if legislation introduced to the General Assembly is passed. House Bill...
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Hawaii, Nevada and Kentucky report 2016 captive figures

Nevada licensed 30 new captives in 2016, while Hawaii added 16 new captive licences. In Nevada, there were 23 licences surrendered which brought its year-end number to 203....
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