Exclusive: WTW names Carter captive CEO

Willis Towers Watson has named Peter Carter CEO of its global captive...
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Rising to the challenge: A conversation with WTW’s captive CEO Paul Owens

Last month, Captive Review exclusively revealed that Paul Owens, the CEO of...
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Owens to leave Willis Towers Watson

Paul Owens, CEO of Willis Towers Watson's Global Captives Practice, is to...
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Captive substance is more than a brass plaque – Paul Owens

The OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (Beps) project is prompting more...
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Run-off options are vital for captive owners – Paul Owens

Paul Owens, CEO of the Willis Towers Watson global captive practice, has...
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China finds itself in a “perfect storm” for captive formations

An aggressive international acquisition strategy, a regulatory drive towards significant premium growth...
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Solvency II Predictions: Paul Owens, Willis

Increased use of protected cell company (PCC) structures and the addition of...
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China’s captive play

As China’s growth accelerates and the government works to reform the economy,...
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We’d support a Europe equivalent to the 831(b) – Willis

Senior figures at Willis Global Captive Practice have told Captive Review they...
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Regulator approach is giving Malta the edge – Paul Owens

The approachability of the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) is proving a...
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Workers compensation is a part of commercial casualty insurance that is a requirement for the...
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In the World Economic Forum’s 2019 Global Risks Report, extreme weather events, the failure of...
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Around 22 years on from the introduction of cell captives, the alternative risk landscape has...
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This edition marks Captive Review’s 20th birthday. Throughout the last two decades there have been...
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The global risk landscape is becoming increasingly volatile for businesses operating in today’s environment. As...
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