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Guernsey in good position for Brexit impact
24 June 2016 | Saint Peter Port, Guernsey
Guernsey is well placed to ensure any impact the Brexit might have on its trading relationships is minimised, and will put in place any required alternative trading agreement, according to island officials... Read more

UK’s financial strength ratings remain unchanged
24 June 2016 | London
A.M. Best and S&P Global Ratings have not taken action to downgrade the UK’s financial strength ratings, following the UK’s decision to leave the EU... Read more

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The more things change
Feature: Attendees of RiskMinds 2016 in Amsterdam heard why nothing ever stays the same in risk management and insurance—disruption is, and always has been, the name of the game Read more

Guernsey
Country profile: The soft insurance market has reportedly slowed captive growth in Guernsey, but the domicile continues to innovate to keep ahead Read more

Chris Varin :: Marsh Captive Solutions Group
Interview: Chris Varin of Marsh suggests captive owners should always explore commercial insurance options while simultaneously exploring use of their captive insurer for a terrorism-specific programme Read more

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Combine and conquer
Chris Varin of Marsh suggests captive owners should always explore commercial insurance options while simultaneously exploring use of their captive insurer for a terrorism-specific programme Read more
Guernsey in good position for Brexit impact
24 June 2016 | Saint Peter Port, Guernsey
Guernsey is well placed to ensure any impact the Brexit might have on its trading relationships is minimised, and will put in place any required alternative trading agreement, according to island officials... Read more

UK’s financial strength ratings remain unchanged
24 June 2016 | London
A.M. Best and S&P Global Ratings have not taken action to downgrade the UK’s financial strength ratings, following the UK’s decision to leave the EU... Read more

Brexit: Only time will tell
24 June 2016 | London
After the UK voted to leave the EU, with 52 percent of voters deciding to exit the union, Aon released a statement suggesting that it will likely be some time before there is a clear picture of the implications on the insurance industry... Read more

Solvency II will almost certainly remain, says PwC
24 June 2016 | London
After the UK's decision to leave the EU, PwC’s UK Insurance leader Jonathan Howe says, Solvency II will almost certainly remain... Read more

CICA president Dennis Harwick to retire
23 June 2016 | Minneapolis
Dennis Harwick, president of the Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) will retire from his current position at the end of June 2017... Read more

HSP and USA Risk to partner on captive services
23 June 2016 | New York
Hanover Stone Partners (HSP) and USA Risk Group have agreed to collaborate on captive management, governance and related services... Read more

Julie McPeak elected to IAIS board
23 June 2016 | Nashville, Tennessee
The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance commissioner Julie McPeak has been elected to serve as vice chair of the IAIS executive committee... Read more

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Features
Country profiles
Interviews
The more things change
Attendees of RiskMinds 2016 in Amsterdam heard why nothing ever stays the same in risk management and insurance—disruption is, and always has been, the name of the game Read more

Airmic 2016: the principles of risk
Captive professionals can expect much from Airmic 2016 Read more

Dublin our efforts
It might take a bit of hard graft, but the future looks good for the captive industry, heard attendees of Dublin’s European Insurance Forum Read more

Bigger is always braver
Captives are expanding their horizons like never before, heard attendees of the CICA International Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona Read more

More features
Guernsey
The soft insurance market has reportedly slowed captive growth in Guernsey, but the domicile continues to innovate to keep ahead Read more

Tennessee
Tennessee is the latest US domicile to pass a licensing milestone. Michael Corbett of the Department of Commerce & Insurance reveals the key to the state’s success. Read more

Delaware
Following the licensing of Delaware’s thousandth captive, Department of Insurance commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart reveals why businesses have turned to the state to meet their risk management needs Read more

Bahamas
The Bahamas continues to define itself as a financial services centre of repute, says Aliya Allen of The Bahamas Financial Services Board Read more

Dublin
Dublin is ready for the implementation of Solvency II, says Sarah Goddard of the Dublin International Insurance & Management Association Read more

Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands is among the world’s most popular domiciles Read more

USA
Experts discuss the state of play throughout the world’s biggest captive market Read more

Isle of Man
The Isle of Man plans to use its stable foundation of properly managed and regulated captives to pursue new prospects in the near future, say Richard Bray and Derek Patience Read more

More domicile profiles
Chris Varin
Marsh Captive Solutions Group
Chris Varin of Marsh suggests captive owners should always explore commercial insurance options while simultaneously exploring use of their captive insurer for a terrorism-specific programme Read more

Patrick Theriault
Strategic Risk Solutions
There is no real limit to the types of risk that can be insured in enterprise risk captives, according to Patrick Theriault of Strategic Risk Solutions Read more

Charles Winter
Aon Risk Solutions
The referendum on EU membership will take place on 23 June, Charles Winter of Aon Risk Solutions explains what a British vote to leave could mean for the captive industry Read more

David McManus
Artex Risk Solutions
Having completed two high-profile acquisitions, David McManus of Artex Risk Solutions explains what its new capabilities mean for clients and the captive industry Read more

Gaynor Brough and Richard Bray
Aon Risk Solutions
Captives critical of Solvency II are finding that regulators are carving out exemptions to the legislation for them. Gaynor Brough and Richard Bray of Aon Risk Solutions explain more Read more

John Thomson
HAI Group
Captives offer financial flexibility while serving as a nexus to springboard discussions and actions, according to John Thomson of HAI Group Read more

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