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Cell company news has been at the forefront of the captive agenda in 2015. Undoubtedly the first substantive...
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The Vermont Report 2015 examines what makes the United States' largest onshore domicile so attractive...
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At present, European businesses are presented with a choice of EU and non-EU jurisdictions to...
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With commercial political risk capacity increasing and rates appetisingly low, the uptake of political risk...
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Writing employee benefits through the captive is a long discussed area and, as with many...
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As the debate around the pros and cons of Solvency II drags on for another year,...
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Captive sophistication is an area we have explored in increasing depth in recent editions. I...
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The funding of workers’ compensation has continually evolved, with the commercial market competing with group...
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Continuing the theme of justification from the June edition, this month’s Captive Review examines the...
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Creating or joining a captive vehicle to cover your healthcare risks is becoming increasingly popular across...
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Reserve Mechanical has “stronger fact patterns than Avrahami”, but outcome “not shocking”

Tax and captive insurance professionals have provided their initial reaction to the US Tax Court’s Reserve Mechanical ruling, with opinion seemingly more divided than in the Avrahami case....
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M&T appoints insurance agency president

Kyle Samuel has been appointed president of M&T Insurance Agency, Inc. Samuel, formerly managing director of Wells Fargo...
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European captives adding non-insured and third-party risk – Yannick Zigmann

Prospective captive owners in Europe are increasingly considering forming a captive to finance previously non-insured risks, while adding...
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Reserve opinion a disservice to captive industry – Capstone

Capstone Associated Services, Ltd has issued a robust response to the US Tax Court's opinion that its client,...
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