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Captive Review has reported extensively on the Avrahami v Commissioner case, including commentary from the...
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Paul Woehrmann and Florence Tondu-Mélique, of Zurich, provide insight into the latest market observations and...
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The dust has settled somewhat after the burst of news and commentary on the Avrahami...
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In the 2017 Investment and Banking Focus we address investment opportunities and strategies for captives. ...
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What does the future hold for larger captives in the post-Avrahami-decision world?  Mikhail Raybshteyn and...
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Matthew Queen is general counsel and chief compliance officer at Venture Captive Management, LLC, a...
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Jeremy P. Colombik, of Management Services International (MSI) and Richard M. Colombik, of TLS Marketing and...
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The September edition of Captive Review has turned out quite different to how it was...
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Charles J. Lavelle, Brett J. Miller and Ross D. Cohen, of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP,...
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Tammi Brown and Doug Butler, of MIJS, discuss terrorism as an insurable risk and how...
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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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