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2017 to be costliest on record for weather disasters, says Aon
25 January 2018 | Chicago | Reporter: Ned Holmes
Weather disasters last year caused $344 billion in global economic losses, making it the costliest year on record for weather-related events, according to Aon’s catastrophe report
BCC: BMA to produce Bermuda Market Review
12 September 2017 | Hamilton | Reporter: Becky Butcher
A Bermuda Market Review, providing an overview of the captive insurance industry, is set to be released in the next few weeks, revealed Graham Lamb, assistant director of the BMA
Captives must maintain cyber vigilance
13 March 2017 | New Jersey | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Certain captive insurers and risk retention groups must remain vigilant against cyber threats, despite exemption from the new rules in effect in New York, according to A.M. Best
FERMA: Drop in number of companies using captives
04 October 2016 | St Julians, Malta | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Risk managers rising in corporate ranks, finds FERMA
04 October 2016 | Brussels | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Aon sees decrease in cat bond transactions
09 September 2016 | Chicago | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Cost and control are top drivers for captives
04 August 2016 | London | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Bermuda ILS industry creates over 400 jobs in 2015
22 July 2016 | Hamilton, Bermuda | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Soft market conditions remain tough for reinsurers
10 June 2016 | London | Reporter: Becky Butcher
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Bahamas captive insurance 'rapidly emerging'
18 May 2016 | Nassau | Reporter: Becky Butcher
CICA: Cyber is king, says market study
09 March 2016 | Scottsdale, Arizona | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Aon develops new French flood model
02 December 2015 | Paris | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Influence of risk managers is growing, says ACE
13 October 2015 | London | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Employee benefit captives climbing
08 October 2015 | London | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Aon: captives not concerned enough about brand damage
05 October 2015 | Venice | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Cyber insurance market set to be $7.5 billion by 2020
17 September 2015 | Monte Carlo | Reporter: Becky Butcher
RRGs financially stable through Q1 2015
25 August 2015 | Ohio | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Guernsey licenses 45 new international insurers in H1
21 August 2015 | Guernsey | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Typhoon causes $1.5 billion economic loss
07 August 2015 | Chicago | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Captive insurers outperform commercial sector
05 August 2015 | Oldwick, New Jersey | Reporter: Becky Butcher
UK non-life insurance broking market worth £4.64 billion
05 August 2015 | London | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Guy Carpenter issues mid-year report
14 July 2014 | New York | Reporter: Stephen Durham
Survey reveals Solvency II doubts
01 July 2015 | London | Reporter: Stephen Durham
Professional indemnity 101 from ACE Group
30 June 2015 | London | Reporter: Stephen Durham
Aon reveals extent of cyber losses
18 June 2015 | London | Reporter: Stephen Durham
Technology essential for reinsurers, says Xuber
18 June 2015 | London | Reporter: Stephen Durham
Willis: Regulation, IT costs and macro-economics biggest risks
15 June 2015 | London | Reporter: Becky Butcher
May floods in US to cost insurers $1 billion
05 June 2015 | Chicago | Reporter: Stephen Durham
Captives thinking outside the box, says Marsh
12 May 2015 | New York | Reporter: Stephen Durham
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Senior insurance executives give their predictions for the captive insurance industry in 2018
Vittorio Zaniboni of Generali Employee Benefits discusses the evolution of fronting networks to help captives better manage their people risk
In 2018, insurers will face an environment filled with uncertainties and concurrent risks that haven’t been experienced at this magnitude for some time, according to Anjanette Fowler of Madison Scottsdale
Dennis Silvia and Tony Weller explain why risk retention groups are a viable solution in the insurance marketplace
The US tax reform will bring sweeping changes across nearly every aspect of the tax code. John Dies explains the implications for foreign captives
With the scope of cyber threats evolving, and commercial insurance unable to offer suitable coverage, captives can provide a tailored alternative solution to meet individual company exposures
Domicile profiles
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Jay Branum, director of captives at the South Carolina Department of Insurance, discusses his predictions for the industry, and explains what the domicile has in store for 2018
Tanya McCartney, CEO of BFSB, explains how The Bahamas are honouring their commitment to tax cooperation and transparency
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Tennessee’s governor, commissioner, general assembly and business community have all worked together to create ‘explosive growth’ in the state’s captive insurance industry. Julie Mix McPeak explains more
Newly-appointed chairman of CCIA Michael Maglaras suggests that the future is bright for state’s captive industry
Although the Isle of Man is currently focusing on updating its regulatory framework, Solvency II, Brexit and the Asian market all hold big opportunities for the island
Debbie Walker of the North Carolina Department of Insurance tells Becky Butcher why the state is among 2017’s standout performers
Experts convene to talk to Becky Butcher about the stability that Guernsey represents in a challenging financial and political environment
In an era of increasing uncertainty, Tamatoa Jonassen suggests that the Cook Islands can be a bridge to financial security in a captive
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