Winners announced: Asia Captive Review Awards

The second annual Captive Review Asia Awards were held in Singapore on Thursday, October 10, celebrating the emerging market’s captive insurance and risk management industry.

Service providers, captive owners and other industry stakeholders were awarded for their innovative approach to captive insurance, which highlighted the continuing sophistication and growth currently underway in the region.

This year, the Captive Review team trimmed down the number of categories in a bid to make each trophy more prestigious and invite greater competition.

Ben Tausig of Deloitte picked up the Captive Professional of the Year award, while George McGhie took home the Outstanding Contribution by an Individual accolade for his commitment to building the industry in the region.

The full list of winners can be seen below:

Category: Actuarial Firm

Winner: Nicholas Actuarial Solutions

Category: Broker of the Year

Winner: AFR Asia Pacific

Category: Captive Consultant

Winner: Marsh Captive Solutions

Category: Captive Tax Specialist

Winner: EY

Category: Employee Benefits Specialist

Winner: Generali Employee Benefits

Category: Law Firm

Winner: HFW

Category: (Re)insurance Company

Winner: AXA XL

Category: Captive Innovation Award

Winner: Marsh Captive Solutions

Category: Asian Domicile

Winner: Labuan

Category: Non-Asian Domicile

Winner: Guernsey Finance

Category: Captive Manager of the Year

Winner: Willis Towers Watson

Category: Outstanding Contribution by an Individual

Winner: George McGhie, Willis Towers Watson

Category: Captive Professional

Winner: Ben Tausig, Deloitte

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