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Michael Frith, director in the corporate department in the Bermuda office of Conyers Dill &...
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When penning this introduction each year I take a moment to reflect on the cell news published in...
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Robert "Skip" Myers, co-managing partner of the Washington, D.C. office and co-chair of the insurance and...
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David Doyle, of Conyers Dill & Pearman, discusses industry's reaction to Solvency II equivalence for...
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Connecticut officials talk to Captive Review about the formation of CT Prime, a non-profit cooperative captive...
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Rhode Island’s Regulation 68 has the potential to shake-up America’s insurance run-off industry. Mory Katz, managing...
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Charles Collis, of Conyers Dill & Pearman, discusses the growth in Bermuda's ILS market and...
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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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Solvency II equivalence beneficial to Bermuda’s captive market – Jeremy Cox

One year on from achieving Solvency II equivalence Jeremy Cox, CEO of the Bermuda Monetary Authority, believes the...
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Citadel Risk launches Tennessee cell company, targets 831(b) business

A new incorporated cell company has been formed in Tennessee by Citadel Risk, citing the ease for a...
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Aon and Marsh point to US driving captive growth

Leaders within the Aon and Marsh captive practices agree that it is the United States’ market that is driving captive growth. Captive Review revealed its annual World Domicile...
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Deputies take on Weldon’s role at BMA

There are no plans to appoint a direct replacement for Shelby Weldon, who left the Bermuda Monetary Authority...
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