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One new licence in Germany, Lufthansa merges captives

German airline carrier Lufthansa has merged its two German-domiciled captive insurance companies, while one new captive has been licensed in...
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Bruce Wright to chair ABA’s captive committee

Eversheds Sutherland partner Bruce Wright will be chair of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Captive Insurance Committee for three years...
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Beps pushes PCCs down the agenda in Luxembourg

The Commissariat aux Assurances in Luxembourg is prioritising its response to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Base...
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Captive numbers down in Switzerland and Isle of Man

Five captives closed in Switzerland during 2016, while seven captive licences were surrendered in the Isle of Man. The Isle...
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Hong Kong concedes “lagging behind” captive competition

The Hong Kong financial services community has addressed the “crisis” enveloping the jurisdiction’s reinsurance and captive ecosystem, outlining important next...
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Labuan has become Asia’s most pro-active captive domicile as it looks to reboot the continent’s captive...
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Steve Tunstall is general secretary of the Pan Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association and...
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The merger of Willis and Towers Watson has helped to create the next generation in...
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I would like to start by congratulating Dan Towle on his appointment as the next...
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Robert Gagliardi, head of AIG’s captive management and US Fronting operations, speaks to Captive Review...
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