Marsh captives accessing US terrorism backstop increases by almost 50%

Marsh-managed captives that participate in the United States’ Terrorism Risk Insurance Program...
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Treasury consolidates terrorism data call, captives required to report

All captive insurers writing terrorism risk insurance in the United States supported...
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Pool Re to cover terrorism related non-damage BI

The UK government-backed terrorism backstop will extend its cover to include non-damage...
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Final Word: How should a captive price terrorism?

Tammi Brown and Doug Butler, of MIJS, discuss terrorism as an insurable...
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FIO considers financial penalties for captives that do not provide data

The United States’ Federal Insurance Office (FIO) may impose fines for captive...
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Group captives and cells an opportunity for TRIA access – Dustin Partlow

Dustin Partlow, senior account manager at JLT Towner Insurance Management (USA), says he...
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Captive industry right to track FIO work on TRIA – Skip Myers

Robert ‘Skip’ Myers, the Washington D.C. based lawyer and expert on the...
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Treasury prepares to draw up captive TRIP rules, VCIA and SIIA respond

The United States’ Department of the Treasury is considering introducing specific rules...
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Hotel Terror Exposure Just Got Bigger

The nature of terror threats is evolving and so should the considerations...
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FIO collecting captive data to analyse TRIP effectiveness

The United States’ Federal Insurance Office (FIO) is contacting captive regulators to...
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Marsh expecting captive TRIPRA utilisation to rise

The number of United States-owned captives accessing the federal government’s terrorism insurance...
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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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