Watch Again: UK Insurance Act – The Final Countdown

The United Kingdom’s Insurance Act 2015 goes live on 12 August, 2016 and will impact all players in the UK’s insurance market and beyond.

There are important considerations for risk managers and directors of captives, as well as for the broking community.

In this exclusive Webinar, Kiran Soar and Simon Cooper, partners at Ince & Co, provide an update on the timeline for the Act, its implications in practice and its relevance for captives.

8 August 2022
8 November 2022
9-10 November 2022

Alex Murray appointed to SCCIA board

Alex Murray, a principal at consultants Johnson Lambert, has been appointed to the South Carolina Captive Insurance Association’s (SCCIA) 2022 board of directors. Murray has a background in...
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Vermont Captive head to shift to state government position

Governor of Vermont Phil Scott has appointed Sandy Bigglestone as deputy commissioner of the captive insurance division at the Department of Financial Regulation (DFR). She will be taking...
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IRS names micro-captive fraud among ‘dirty dozen’ scams

The IRS has listed ‘abusive’ micro-captive insurance arrangements as one of the ‘dirty dozen’ fraud schemes that consumers should be wary of in 2022. According to the IRS,...
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NC Governor signs tax-holiday deal for captives

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has signed into law Senate Bill 347, which looks to encourage captives to settle in the state. The legislation will offer a premium...
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