Captives fighting for concessions in tough Solvency II domiciles

Captives in Germany and Sweden are reviewing their domicile options while fighting...
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Denys Kazama joins WTW in Hawaii

Willis Towers Watson has appointed Denys Kazama as senior account executive in...
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WTW launches digital feasibility product

Willis Towers Watson is rolling out a new digital tool designed to...
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Ian Podmore joins Willis Towers Watson

Willis Towers Watson has appointed Ian Podmore as head of captive underwriting...
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Marine blockchain pilot goes live

Insurwave, a blockchain venture between EY, Guardtime and shipping giant Møller-Maersk, is...
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Ciarán Healy to lead WTW’s European captive team

Ciarán Healy has been promoted to head of international development and consulting at...
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Exclusive: Paul Bailie takes reins at WTW’s Bermuda captive operation

The Bermuda office in Willis Towers Watson’s global captive practice is now...
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Consolidation and new lines defining healthcare activity in US

Existing healthcare company-owned captives are beginning to explore more complex lines of...
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Paul Devitt to join WTW from Aon Hewitt

Employee benefits consultant Paul Devitt left Aon Hewitt on Friday, 19 May,...
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A Game Changing Merger

The merger of Willis and Towers Watson has helped to create the...
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EB captives show greater savings

Multinational companies are increasingly turning towards pooling and captive arrangements to address...
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Year in Review: David Lewis

As 2016 draws to a close, Captive Review has asked a number...
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Employee Benefits Report 2017

The past 12 months have witnessed a dramatic uptake of interest in...
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WTW bullish over captive growth in Europe

Paul Owens and Nicolas Léonard, of the Willis Towers Watson global captive...
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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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Third party risk a big driver of African captive activity

The spread of the captive concept in Africa is largely being driven...
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Control of data key driver of EB captives – WTW

Forty-four per cent of captive owners writing employee benefits through their insurance...
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Willis Towers Watson adds Switzerland to domicile portfolio

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) has approved an application from...
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Justifying Your Captive and Increasing its Value

As departmental budgets are increasingly scrutinised and squeezed, risk and insurance managers need...
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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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Hawaii Report 2016

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the passage of Hawaii’s captive law.  Hawaii’s...
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Willis pinch Sogecore MD to head Luxembourg office

Willis Towers Watson has installed Nicolas Léonard as the new head of Gras...
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Willis Towers Watson appoints regional MD for European captive practice

Willis Towers Watson has appointed Nigel Goodlad its new regional managing director...
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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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