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The increasingly complex nature of cross-border business presents a web of regulatory and logistical hurdles to...
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The 2016 Puerto Rico Focus takes an in-depth look at the emerging domicile and why...
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Europe’s captive industry has, at times, been talked down as the poorer cousin of the United...
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As the IRS continues the hunt for 831(b) tax election abuse, and the OECD’s Beps project...
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The legitimacy of using cell captives to provide workers’ compensation insurance has been called into...
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Without wanting to get too political, I have tried to tackle the delicate topic of transparency...
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Captives for the biggest companies in the world has largely been saturated, and the industry is...
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Paul Scrivener and Rob Humphries, of the insurance group at Cayman Islands law firm, Solomon...
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Get a first-hand perspective from a leading multinational client and broker on their success of improving...
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National and international regulations as well as increased environmental sensitivity are raising concerns for businesses, with captives...
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Generali EB raids AXA and MAXIS for new executives

Eric Butler and Thiery Mestach are among three new executive management hires at Generali Employee Benefits (GEB). Butler...
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Coverys to buy Lloyd’s managing agency from R&Q

Coverys, the Boston-based medical professional liability insurer with a minority stake in Strategic Risk Solutions, will acquire R&Q Managing Agency Ltd (RQMA) for $22.6m. The agency manages two...
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North America remains key market for Barbados

Eighty-one per cent of captives domiciled in Barbados are owned by companies based in the United States or Canada. At year-end 2016, Barbados had 246 active single parent...
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A.M. Best completes SFCR analysis of Solvency II captives

Ratings agency A.M. Best has analysed the solvency and financial condition reports (SFCRs) filed by its rated captives, showing strong capital positions and varying approaches to reporting procedures....
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