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23 September 2016 | London
The International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) insurance core principles (ICPs) need updating, according to Caroline Bradley, deputy director of the Guernsey Insurance Division... Read more

R&Q acquires USA Swimming captive
23 September 2016 | Washington DC
Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings (R&Q) has acquired the United States Sports Insurance Company (USSIC), a wholly owned captive of USA Swimming... Read more

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It’s showtime
Feature: Burlington received the Hollywood treatment as the stars of captive insurance descended on the 35th VCIA conference, to talk cyber, US group captives, and more, and celebrate some lifetime achievements while they were at it Read more

Latin America
Country profile: Latin America needs more capacity in its insurance industry and consistent regulation if its economies are going to recover Read more

Simon Phillips :: Barclays Corporate & International Banking
Interview: Regulators across the EU are taking diverging approaches to the level of capital they are expecting captives to hold post-Solvency II, says Simon Phillips of Barclays Read more

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Kevin Doherty
Tennessee continues to surpass expectations in terms of year-on-year captive growth, according to Kevin Doherty of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Read more
Guernsey Insurance Forum: IAIS ICPs need updating
23 September 2016 | London
The International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) insurance core principles (ICPs) need updating, according to Caroline Bradley, deputy director of the Guernsey Insurance Division... Read more

R&Q acquires USA Swimming captive
23 September 2016 | Washington DC
Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings (R&Q) has acquired the United States Sports Insurance Company (USSIC), a wholly owned captive of USA Swimming... Read more

Guernsey drafts new SPI rules
22 September 2016 | London
Guernsey has drafted a set of rules to provide “extensive guidance” for special purpose insurers (SPIs), it was revealed at the Guernsey Insurance Forum in London... Read more

Dorinco retains “Excellent” rating from A.M. Best
21 September 2016 | Oldwick, New Jersey
A.M. Best has affirmed the financial strength rating of “A (Excellent)” and the long-term issuer credit rating of “a” of the Dorinco Reinsurance Company, with the outlook remaining stable... Read more

Verve cell launches with captive focus
20 September 2016 | London
Verve Risk Partners has launched as a cell on the Castel Underwriting Agencies platform that will target US professional and management liability risks... Read more

New insurance commissioner for Delaware
19 September 2016 | Delaware
Karen Weldin Stewart will stand down as insurance commissioner for Delaware, after losing her vote in the primary contest... Read more

Florida is open for captive business
16 September 2016 | Tallahasse, Florida
Florida is back in the business of licensing captive insurance companies, according to Holland & Knight partner Nathan Adams and senior policy officer Beth Vecchioli... Read more

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Features
Domicile profiles
Interviews
It’s showtime
Burlington received the Hollywood treatment as the stars of captive insurance descended on the 35th VCIA conference, to talk cyber, US group captives, and more, and celebrate some lifetime achievements while they were at it Read more

A captive audience
David Provost’s hot topics panel at the VCIA conference earlier in August considered why captives may redomesticate, and why RRGs need to built from the core up Read more

Taking centre stage
The Asia Pacific is opening up to insurance, but it’s China that’s grabbing the headlines Read more

Dip your toe into the risk pool
Karl Huish and TJ Scherer discuss how Artex’s pooling mechanism allows middle-market businesses to share their workers’ compensation risks Read more

More features
Latin America
Latin America needs more capacity in its insurance industry and consistent regulation if its economies are going to recover Read more

North Carolina
After governor Pat McCrory passed amendments to the state’s Captive Insurance Act, North Carolina is looking forward to another successful year, say Debbie Walker and Ray Martinez Read more

Africa
Africa is seeing a significant demand for reinsurance because of increasing terrorism risks, investments in oil and gas, and mega social infrastructure projects underway across the continent. Ciarán Healy of Willis Towers Watson explains Read more

The Bahamas
Tanya McCartney of the Bahamas Financial Services Board and Joseph Ziolkowski of Long Cay Captive Management explain why the Bahamas continues to attract and cultivate captive business Read more

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

More domicile profiles
Simon Phillips
Barclays Corporate & International Banking
Regulators across the EU are taking diverging approaches to the level of capital they are expecting captives to hold post-Solvency II, says Simon Phillips of Barclays Read more

Kevin Doherty
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough
Tennessee continues to surpass expectations in terms of year-on-year captive growth, according to Kevin Doherty of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Read more

Mike Stalley
FiscalReps
Although the Panama Papers brought focus to the appropriate use of a captive, Mike Stalley of FiscalReps suggests the leak could benefit the industry Read more

Kim Willey
ASW Law
Economic changes in Canada have companies considering captives in warmer climes for their insurance coverage. Kim Willey of ASW Law explains Read more

Paul H Phillips III
Ernst & Young
Regulatory permissions are partly the reason for an expansion in the US captive market, while the opposite is true in the EU, says Paul H Phillips III of Ernst & Young Read more

Jason Flaxbeard
Beecher Carlson
Although captives are adapting to the ongoing soft market, regulation continues to be a problem. Jason Flaxbeard of Beecher Carlson explains more Read more

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