Captive Review European Awards 2023: Winners revealed!

The Alvisse Parc Hotel in Luxembourg hosted a fantastic evening last night, where 20 awards were handed out to the best of the European captive industry


The winners of the Captive Review European Awards 2023 were announced last night in a ceremony celebrating all that is great about the European captive industry.

Held at the Alvisse Parc Hotel in Luxembourg, 20 awards were handed out in total, including the prestigious Outstanding Contribution to Captive Award, which this year went to Tomas Wittbjer.

Taking place on the eve of the European Captive Forum, the evening is also an opportunity for attendees to meet up with old friends and new faces in a laid back setting, over drinks and a three-course meal.

The full list of winners from the night can be viewed below:


Outstanding Contribution to Captive Award: Tomas Wittbjer

Actuarial Firm: Dynamo Analytics

Captive Broking Services: McGill and Partners

Insurtech Solution for Captives: Zurich Insurance

Legacy Solutions: R&Q

Captive Service Professional of the Year: Marine Charbonnier, AXA XL

Employee Benefits Consultant: WTW

Investment Specialist: Mercer

Employee Benefits Network: Zurich Insurance

International Domicile: State of Vermont

Captive Collaboration Project: Worldwide Broker Network, Robus Group, and Arctic Brokers

Captive Compliance Specialist: Artex Risk Solutions

Captive Consultant: WTW

Software Solution: Noria

Captive Innovation Award: DHL Group

Captive Risk Manager: Lars Henneberg, Maersk

Captive Manager of the Year: Strategic Risk Solutions

European Domicile: Luxembourg

Fronting Partner: Allianz Commercial

Underwriting Solutions: HDI Global

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