Solvency II Predictions: Dave Provost, Vermont

The implementation of Solvency II across the European Union (EU) may create...
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Solvency II Predictions: Sarah Goddard, DIMA

The formal implementation of Solvency II will emphasise details of the directive...
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Captive Review January Edition

It’s here.  It actually happened.  Insurers in the European Union are now...
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Solvency II Predictions: Paul Woehrmann, Zurich

Pillar Three will present “significant challenges” to captive owners under Solvency II,...
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Solvency II Predictions: Matthew Latham, XL Catlin

Captive owners will be searching for increased capital efficiency under Solvency II...
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Solvency II Predictions: Vincent Barrett, Aon

The principle of proportionality within Solvency II’s Pillar Two is the “silver...
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Solvency II Predictions: Jo Willaert, FERMA

The cost of regulation to insurers is likely to increase across the...
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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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Solvency II Predictions: Konstantin Langowski, A.M. Best

The new directive will be seen as a “positive development” by captives...
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Solvency II Predictions: Clive Hassett, ACE Group

New and emerging lines and increased premium levels in captives is one...
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Solvency II Predictions: Chris Lay, Marsh

The implementation of Solvency II will produce one of the most “sophisticated”...
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Solvency II Predictions: Dominic Wheatley, Guernsey Finance

Captives domiciled within the European Union are likely to face a “heavy...
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What are the options when a captive or certain portfolio becomes unattractive or inefficient? The...
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Domicile proliferation is no new phenomenon, either in North America or Europe. How new domiciles...
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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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