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24 May 2017 | London
Fund participants were encouraged at Guernsey’s Fund Forum to pay close attention to negotiations over base erosion and profit sharing (BEPS) rules Read more

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24 May 2017 | London
Paul Devitt is set to join Willis Towers Watson as director of its global services and solutions practice in August Read more

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A noughties hit
Feature: SACs in Bermuda, first crafted in the statute in 2000, are a useful tool for both captive and commercial insurers, says Kim Willey of ASW Law Read more

Cook Islands
Country profile: In an era of increasing uncertainty, Tamatoa Jonassen suggests that the Cook Islands can be a bridge to financial security in a captive Read more

Brian McDonagh :: Marsh Captive Solutions Dublin
Interview: Many captive owners are exploring alternative forms of capital in order to strengthen their capital base in a more efficient manner, says Brian McDonagh of Marsh Read more

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Industry news
Funds need to keep an eye on BEPS negotiations
24 May 2017 | London | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Fund participants were encouraged at Guernsey’s Fund Forum to pay close attention to negotiations over base erosion and profit sharing (BEPS) rules Read more
Butler University captive to launch on 1 August
09 May 2017 | Indianapolis
Butler University confirms start date of MJ Student-Run Insurance Company, which received official approval in April Read more

BDA launches Bermuda Risk Directory
05 May 2017 | Hamilton
The Bermuda Risk Directory offers access to the island's brokers, as well as insurance, reinsurance, captive insurance, and insurance-linked securities sectors Read more

Liberty Mutual combines specialty lines business with Ironshore
03 May 2017 | Boston
The merger of the two businesses will create the sixth largest writer of excess and surplus lines in the US Read more

US-EU agreement ‘a fruitful milestone’
02 May 2017 | New York
The EU and US covered agreement is one key area where the Dodd-Frank Act has worked as intended, S&P Global Ratings has said Read more

Captive business in Labuan on the rise
28 April 2017 | Kuala Lumpur
Since Labuan’s first captive was established in 1998, the sector reached approximately 40 captives in 2016, contributing to an aggregated written premium value of $348.6 million Read more

Interest in captives on the up, says Aon
27 April 2017 | London
More companies are showing an interest in forming new captives or protected cell companies over the next five years, especially in North America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East, according to the new Aon Global Risk Management Survey Read more

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Features
Domicile profiles
Interviews
A noughties hit
SACs in Bermuda, first crafted in the statute in 2000, are a useful tool for both captive and commercial insurers, says Kim Willey of ASW Law Read more

Do you want to be effective, or do you just want to follow the rules?
Rule-focused decisions have kept captives from delivering full value, say Carrie Lam and Steve Prince of Collins Barrow Read more

Change the game
Attendees of this year’s European Insurance Forum can expect a full and comprehensive agenda. Eddy Van Cutsem explains Read more

A cut above
Richard Paris-Smith of Willis Towers Watson explains how the UK’s recent changes to the Ogden discount rate will affect captive insurers Read more

More features
Cook Islands
In an era of increasing uncertainty, Tamatoa Jonassen suggests that the Cook Islands can be a bridge to financial security in a captive Read more

Texas
With a dedicated captive plan in place, the Lone Star State is on the rise, says Josh Magden of the Texas Captive Insurance Association Read more

Vermont
After 36 years of captive business, Vermont boasts a culture of legislative change, and still has a few tricks up its sleeve. Dan Towle and David Provost explain Read more

Malta
After a successful 2016 and the licensing of its first securitisation cell company, Malta insurance industry professionals are looking ahead to 2017 Read more

Missouri
Missouri’s captive programme is approaching a decade in operation. John Talley explains how the state has made it to this milestone Read more

The Bahamas
Less than 10 years ago, the Bahamas was a virtually forgotten player in the external insurance marketplace, according to Tanya McCartney and Michele Fields. But today, the jurisdiction has a reputation as a market leader Read more

Cayman Islands
After being appointed as permanent head of insurance supervision in Cayman in July, Ruwan Jayasekera reveals how he will continue to strive to meet international best practices and standards while encouraging innovation and sophistication in the domicile Read more

Malta
Danielle Hermansen of PKF Malta discusses how Malta can and is fully utilising its potential in the insurance industry Read more

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Brian McDonagh
Marsh Captive Solutions Dublin
Many captive owners are exploring alternative forms of capital in order to strengthen their capital base in a more efficient manner, says Brian McDonagh of Marsh Read more

Ross Elliott
Utah Captive Insurance Association
Ross Elliott of the Utah Captive Insurance Association discusses what attendees can expect from this year’s Western Region Captive Insurance Conference Read more

Kim Bunting
River Oak Risk
Due diligence is needed to make sure that a captive is set up for the correct reasons and is handled by an experienced insurance professional, says Kim Bunting of River Oak Risk Read more

Zach Finn
Butler University
The MJ Student-Run Insurance Company could become the model for risk and insurance education programmes, says Butler University’s Zach Finn Read more

Karin Landry
Spring Consulting
Spring Consulting’s new captive is attracting interest from parties looking to fund medical stop-loss, although Karin Landry anticipates a healthy mixture of risks in the future Read more

Dan Towle
CICA
As the new president of CICA, Dan Towle aims to continue supporting the association’s efforts to grow its membership, increase advocacy, and ensure the smoothest of transitions Read more

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