VCIA still pursuing Captive Clarification Act

“Numerous avenues” in are being explored in Washington DC by the Vermont...
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Financial CHOICE Act 2.0 seeks to kill off FIO

The United States’ Federal Insurance Office (FIO) is under threat after the...
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VCIA steps up campaign for passage of Captive Clarification Act

The Vermont Captive Insurance Association (VCIA) remains hopeful the Captive Clarification Act...
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Clarification Act could leave captives “undefined” – TxCIA

Representatives from the Texas Captive Insurance Association (TxCIA) have joined the list...
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VCIA grateful for reintroduction of Captive Clarification Act

Rich Smith, president of the Vermont Captive Insurance Association (VCIA), is hopeful...
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Captive Clarification Act reintroduced in the US

Senators from Vermont and South Carolina have reintroduced the Captive Clarification Act...
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Up to eight states collecting self-procurement tax

Up to eight US states are collecting self-procurement tax under the Nonadmitted...
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AIG and Prudential warned of increased regulatory oversight

American International Group and Prudential Financial, Inc. have both received notice of...
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Dodd Frank and the NRRA: A continuing conundrum

It says something about the fiscal position of many US states that...
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New Jersey licenses third captive from New York

New Jersey is hoping New Jersey-parented captives will redomicile in the state since it...
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Hundreds attend Captive Review’s free US conference

Captive Live USA, Chicago, had over 400 delegates at the educational conference...
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Corporate failures are not common, but can be disruptive. How certain is the captive's future...
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Zurich, in collaboration with Captive Review, hosted a free webinar discussing captive fronting credit risk management...
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AIG, in collaboration with Captive Review, hosted a free webinar discussing US tax reform and...
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Counting captives is not a straightforward task, but I believe Captive Review has again delivered...
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Captive insurance companies are subject to strict and proportional regulation, but what about the firms...
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