Run-off options are vital for captive owners – Paul Owens

Paul Owens, CEO of the Willis Towers Watson global captive practice, has...
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China finds itself in a “perfect storm” for captive formations

An aggressive international acquisition strategy, a regulatory drive towards significant premium growth...
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Solvency II Predictions: Paul Owens, Willis

Increased use of protected cell company (PCC) structures and the addition of...
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China’s captive play

As China’s growth accelerates and the government works to reform the economy,...
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We’d support a Europe equivalent to the 831(b) – Willis

Senior figures at Willis Global Captive Practice have told Captive Review they...
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Regulator approach is giving Malta the edge – Paul Owens

The approachability of the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is proving a...
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Corporations are increasingly turning towards third party risk to get greater value from their captive. ...
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Get a first-hand perspective from a leading insurer and distinguished medical expert on Egypt’s regulatory...
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Joe Ziolkowski, of Hamilton Captive Management, reflects on the development of reputational risk programmes in...
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The first SFCRs have been filed under Solvency II. Konstantin Langowski, financial analyst at A.M. Best...
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Steven Bauman, XL Catlin’s new head of global programmes and captive practice in North America,...
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