FIO considers financial penalties for captives that do not provide data

The United States’ Federal Insurance Office (FIO) may impose fines for captive...
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Group captives and cells an opportunity for TRIA access – Dustin Partlow

Dustin Partlow, senior account manager at JLT Towner Insurance Management (USA), says he...
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Captive industry right to track FIO work on TRIA – Skip Myers

Robert ‘Skip’ Myers, the Washington D.C. based lawyer and expert on the...
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Treasury prepares to draw up captive TRIP rules, VCIA and SIIA respond

The United States’ Department of the Treasury is considering introducing specific rules...
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FIO collecting captive data to analyse TRIP effectiveness

The United States’ Federal Insurance Office (FIO) is contacting captive regulators to...
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US branch captives an option for EB and TRIA

The requirement to use a United States-domiciled entity to write employee benefits...
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Marsh expecting captive TRIPRA utilisation to rise

The number of United States-owned captives accessing the federal government’s terrorism insurance...
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RIMS calls for 60-90 day decision deadline on “acts of terror”

RIMS, America’s leading risk management society, has written to the US Department...
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Obama puts pen to paper on six-year TRIA extension

President Barack Obama has ended the uncertainty over the Terrorism Risk Insurance...
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Obama sign-off anticipated after Senate approves TRIA

The United States Senate voted 93-4 in favour of reauthorizing the Terrorism...
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TRIA legislation imminent, captives left in limbo

Legislation to reinstate the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) is expected to...
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Congress fail to renew TRIA, federal backstop to vanish

The United States Congress has failed to renew the Terrorism Risk Insurance...
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Pressure piles on US Senate to reauthorise TRIP

The National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) is the latest group to...
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TRIA six-year extension proposed

A six year extension to the United States' Terrorism Risk Insurance Act...
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JLT expecting 11th hour TRIA deal

A Congress deal to extend to renew the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act...
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TRIA hurdles House committee, but RIMS delivers warning

The House Committee on Financial Services has approved the reauthorisation of the...
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TRIA extension proceeds to the Senate

The seven year extension of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) moved...
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Terrorisk

For more than a decade, US-domiciled captives have benefited from access to...
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A long walk off a short cliff

By the time you read this, the fiscal crisis afflicting the US...
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IUA and Marsh for TRIA renewal

The International Underwriting Association (IUA) has warned underwriting terrorism insurance without a...
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Aon calls for TRIA extension

Aon has called on the US government to extend the Terrorism Risk...
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Cato Institute: TRIA a form of corporate welfare

The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act enacted in the wake of 9/11 to...
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NAIC supports TRIA

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has passed a resolution supporting...
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RIMS: TRIA extension is needed for US stability

An extension of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) is required to...
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$2.2bn of new non-life cat bond issuance in Q2 2013

Q2 2013 saw $2.2bn of non-life catastrophe bonds issued through 14 tranches,...
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New bill to extend US terrorism backstop

With the current US Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) set to expire...
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Corporations are increasingly turning towards third party risk to get greater value from their captive. ...
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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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My favourite Top Trumps set growing up was busses. Don’t ask me why. I’m not...
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