White Paper: Attitudes Towards Captive Insurance in Asia

Captive Review has published the white paper, Attitudes Towards Captive Insurance in Asia, in collaboration with the Labuan International Business and Financial Centre (IBFC).

The bespoke report was brought together by Richard Cutcher, editor of Captive Review, in response to a survey of the risk and insurance management community in Asia Pacific.

It reveals some of the drivers of captive growth in the region, as well as the challenges and misconceptions that still hold the concept back.

Click on the below image to access the full report and survey findings.

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