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Captives fighting for concessions in tough Solvency II domiciles

Captives in Germany and Sweden are reviewing their domicile options while fighting for more proportionality under Solvency II. The European...
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Premium growth and PCC utilisation to dominate Europe’s captive landscape

The use of protected cell companies (PCCs) should increase among Europe’s middle market in the coming years, while existing captives’...
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Reputational risk and substance driving European domicile discussions

Existing captives and prospective captive owners are increasingly focused on reputation, perception and substance when considering where to be domiciled....
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Marubeni captive rated ‘Excellent’

The Micronesia captive owned by the Marubeni Corporation has had its financial strength rating of ‘A-‘ (Excellent) affirmed by A.M....
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Hebson joins York Risk Services Group

York Risk Services Group has appointed Tom Hebson as general manager of its insurance client segment, including oversight of its...
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Paul Woehrmann, of Zurich Insurance Company, considers the potential for more tailor-made services for captive...
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Jason Flaxbeard, of Beecher Carlson, discusses a possible future of insurance from a captive perspective...
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Our European readers may be forgiven for thinking all captive news centres on the other...
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Until Governor Bruce Rauner vetoed the new captive legislation in Illinois, this edition was going...
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Washington’s insurance commissioner Mike Kreidler has made it known he is putting more captive insurance...
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