Advanced Captive Report 2017

The contributions to this Advanced Captive report serve to inform readers how they can evolve their captives beyond the traditional uses.

Greater digitisation of a captive can work to streamline business processes and help simplify data analysis, enabling managers to harness this information more readily and bring greater value to the parent.

With the right enhancements, a captive can become a true entity-wide riskbearing vehicle that, with front-end diversification and structured reinsurance on the back-end, can reduce risk volatility.

The need for a disciplined investment programme is a further matter under scrutiny.

The expert advice contained within will help readers to operate their captives more effectively, and help safeguard the vehicles throughout their lifetime.

Lloyd’s gets Brussels licence approval

The National Bank of Belgium has granted licence approval Lloyd’s of London’s new European subsidiary, Lloyd’s Insurance Company S.A. (Lloyd’s Brussels). Captive Review reported in March 2017 Brussels...
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Captive associations on standby in Microsoft case

Captive insurance associations have expressed concern at the action being taken by Washington State’s insurance commissioner against the...
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Marsh reports huge growth in captive cyber and terrorism lines

Marsh Captive Solutions has published its annual benchmarking report, compiling data and trends from 1,100 captives managed by the broker. Captive Review reported a preview of the report...
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South Carolina updates captive statute

Governor Henry McMaster has signed House Bill 4675 into law, updating South Carolina’s captive insurance statute. Among the amendments include removing references to “captive reinsurance companies” and changes...
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