Brexit already impacting captive fronting programmes

Caterpillar and General Motors are expecting to reconfigure their global fronting programmes...
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MS Amlin gets Brussels green light for post Brexit subsidiary

MS Amlin is the latest commercial (re)insurer to receive licence approval for...
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Lloyd’s gets Brussels licence approval

The National Bank of Belgium has granted licence approval Lloyd’s of London’s...
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XL Catlin offers Brexit continuity clause

XL Catlin has put in place a “contract continuity clause” to assist...
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A.M. Best chooses Amsterdam for post Brexit hub

Rating agency A.M. Best will open an office in Amsterdam during 2018...
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Brexit: Two-way traffic begins between Malta and Gibraltar

St Julians Insurance Company Limited has re-domiciled from Malta to Gibraltar as...
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EU deals blow to UK insurers’ hopes of retaining passporting rights post Brexit

Michel Barnier, the European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator, has said there will...
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London (re)insurers propose Brexit solution

A Free Trade Agreement concerning mutual market access for European Union and...
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Brussels wins battle for post-Brexit Lloyd’s business

Brussels will be home to Lloyd’s of London’s European Union subsidiary from...
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EU domiciles “staffing up” for post Brexit insurance business

The Marsh Captive Solutions team has already held around 35 to 40...
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AIG chooses Luxembourg for post-Brexit subsidiary

The momentum behind Luxembourg as Europe’s post-Brexit hub for insurance grows after...
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Captive industry responds positively to Lloyd’s Luxembourg preference

Lloyd’s of London has yet to announce its choice of European Union...
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Lloyd’s of London rules out Malta PCC option

Lloyd's of London considered utilising a protected cell company (PCC) as an...
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Captive owners must monitor Brexit and Trump impact – RIMS President

Nowell Seaman, the newly appointed president of RIMS, believes the knock-on effects...
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Looking ahead to ECF 2016

The 2016 European Captive Forum is less than one week away and...
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Brexit and Captives: View From Across The Pond

Robert "Skip" Myers, managing partner of the Washington, DC office of Morris, Manning...
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Captive insurance industry faces up to Brexit

The British pound plummeted as global markets were stunned by the United...
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Watch Again: Captive Review’s Brexit Webinar

Captive Review hosted an exclusive Brexit Webinar exploring the Ramifications and Considerations for...
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Gibraltar holding its breath over Brexit impact, unravelling Solvency II mooted

The plight of captive insurance in Gibraltar is likely to remain uncertain...
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Brexit and its potential effect on the captive industry in Ireland

Prior to the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union, Tim Scanlon,...
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Brexit poses captive questions over passporting, tax and Solvency II

Captive insurance companies either domiciled around the European Union, or writing business...
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British EU exit could lead to Gibraltar captives relocating

Gibraltar will find itself in a unique situation should the United Kingdom...
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Washington State has angered the captive insurance industry by serving Microsoft’s captive a cease and...
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Whether you already house your employee benefits in a captive arrangement, or you are considering...
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The Captive Review Bermuda report covers a broad range of topics and developments affecting the...
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Tatjana Winter, of Ryskex, reflects on the rise of blockchain, its utility for the captive...
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The announcement in March that AXA had agreed a $15.3bn acquisition of XL Group was...
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