European Captive Review Awards winners announced

The European Captive Review Awards have been announced, showcasing the best in the industry after a extremely challenging and busy year for everyone.

Usually given out during the the European Captive Forum in Luxembourg, due to the Covid-19 pandemic the awards were hosted online.

Make sure you check out the December issue of Captive Review for a full round up of the awards ceremony and the judge’s comments on the winners.

Full award winners below:

Category: Outstanding Achievement Award

Winner: Bill Fitzpatrick, DHL

 

Category: Captive Consultant of the Year

Winner: Strategic Risk Solutions Europe

Highly Commended: RISCS

 

Category: Employee Benefits Network of the Year

Winner: Generali Employee Benefits

 

Category: Investment Specialist of the Year

Winner: Ravenscroft

 

Category: Collateral Specialist of the Year

Winner: Barclays

 

Category: Legacy Specialist of the Year

Winner: Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings

 

Category: Software Solution of the Year

Winner: TMF Group

 

Category: Tax Advisory Firm of the Year

Winner: Sovos

 

Category: Audit and Accounting Firm of the Year

Winner: Ernst and Young

 

Category: Law Firm of the Year

Winner: HFW

 

Category: Actuarial Firm of the Year

Winner: Willis Towers Watson

 

Category: Fronting Partner of the Year

Winner: Zurich

Highly Commended: Generali Employee Benefits

 

Category: European Domicile of the Year

Winner: Guernsey

 

Category: International Domicile of the Year

Winner: Vermont

Highly Commended: Labuan IBFC

 

Category: Captive Manager of the Year

Winner: Willis Towers Watson

 

Category: Captive Innovation of the Year

Winner: Swiss Re Corporate Solutions

 

Category: Captive Risk Manager of the Year

Winner: Santiago Gómez – PEMEX

 

Category: Emerging Talent – Service Professional of the Year

Winner: Melvin Findlay – AXA XL

 

Category: Captive Service Professional of the Year

Winner: Claude Weber – Marsh

Highly Commended: Louis Michel Ernould – MSAmlin Insurance

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