US Mid-Market Report 2014

Featuring insights from Johnson Lambert, Captive Resources, London & Capital and several...
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PCCs and Series LLCs: A tale of two laws

Nigel Feetham of Hassans examines the legal developments surrounding PCCs in Gibraltar...
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Marsh: Most US captives not used for tax benefits

The majority of US captives are not generating tax benefits, according to...
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Texas open for captive relocation

The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) has begun accepting applications from captive...
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Law introduced to protect stop-loss captives

Federal legislation has been introduced to ensure that regulators cannot re-define stop-loss...
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IMA appoint captive specialist

US insurance broker IMA has appointed Lawrence Cook as vice president of...
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Endurance Re US appoints CUO

Bermuda-based specialty insurer, Endurance Specialty Holdings Ltd. has appointed Christopher Donelan as...
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Guardian Life introduces stop-loss coverage

US Mutual life insurer and a provider of employee benefits, Guardian Life...
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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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The Great Migration

While a perfect storm of political and fiscal pressure is causing US...
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Increase in domiciles may impact regulatory control

There is a risk that the increase in captive domiciles could potentially...
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FSB suggests tightening US captive regulation

US captive insurance will be impacted if recommendations for greater regulatory uniformity...
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NAIC supports TRIA

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has passed a resolution supporting...
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Too many domiciles, not enough captives in US

Captive numbers in the US may be insufficient to keep all 37...
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Marsh names Steve Kempsey US casualty leader

Marsh has appointed Steve Kempsey, a 20-year veteran of the firm, as...
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Canada and China experience billion dollar nat cat losses

Canada experienced its second billion-dollar natural catastrophe of 2013 after thunderstorms resulted...
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Editor's Letter: August 2013

One of the advantages of writing about captive insurance for a living...
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Renewable energy could triple insurance spend by 2020

The cost of annual insurance to mitigate the risk associated with renewable...
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US Treasury further delays FATCA

The US Department of the Treasury says it will delay enforcement of...
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Study: Easier to set up puppet company in US and Britain than a tax haven

Britain is one of the easiest places in the world to set...
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NEWS ANALYSIS: The great capitulation

Earlier this month MetLife announced plans to merge three U.S. life insurers...
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Jamaica to adopt IGA on FACTA

The Jamaican Government plans to set up an intermediary authority to transmit...
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Swiss government set to allow banks to settle US tax disputes

The Swiss government is set to allow its banks to disclose client...
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New captive owners gravitate toward onshore domiciles in US and EU

New captive owners made a move towards onshore domiciles in the US...
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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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