Domicile profiles

Connecticut
18 October 2017
Newly-appointed chairman of CCIA Michael Maglaras suggests that the future is bright for state’s captive industry
Isle of Man
04 October 2017
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
North Carolina
09 August 2017
Debbie Walker of the North Carolina Department of Insurance tells Becky Butcher why the state is among 2017’s standout performers
Guernsey
06 July 2017
Cook Islands
22 February 2017
Texas
25 January 2017
Vermont
25 January 2017
Malta
11 January 2017
Missouri
21 December 2016
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The Bahamas
09 November 2016
Cayman Islands
09 November 2016
Malta
14 September 2016
Isle of Man
14 September 2016
Latin America
03 August 2016
North Carolina
03 August 2016
Africa
06 June 2016
The Bahamas
25 May 2016
Guernsey
20 January 2016
Tennessee
20 January 2016
Delaware
02 December 2015
Bahamas
18 November 2015
Dublin
18 November 2015
Cayman Islands
18 November 2015
USA
29 July 2015
Isle of Man
15 July 2015
Caribbean
01 July 2015
Canada
17 June 2015
Bermuda
20 May 2015
Bahamas
22 April 2015
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XL Catlin appoints new captive director in Asia
17 November 2017 | Hong Kong | Reporter: Becky Butcher
XL Catlin has hired Shiwei Jin as its global programme and captive regional director in Asia
Advantage Insurance hires duo
17 November 2017 | San Juan | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Advantage Insurance has appointed Colin Devine to its board of directors
‘Exciting developments’ in South Carolina’s captive industry
17 November 2017 | Charleston | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Jay Branum of the South Carolina Department of Insurance has revealed the state has “very positive and exciting developments” for its captive insurance industry
‘Explosive growth’ for Tennessee’s captive market
17 November 2017 | Nasville | Reporter: Lorella Fava
After rewriting its captive statute back in 2011, the captive insurance market in Tennessee has seen “explosive growth”, according to the state’s insurance commissioner Julie Mix McPeak
L&C appoints Kate Miller as head of institutions
16 November 2017 | London | Reporter: Lorella Fava
London & Capital (L&C) has appointed Kate Miller as head of institutions
KBRA Europe registered by ESMA
15 November 2017 | Dublin | Reporter: Becky Butcher
Kroll Bond Rating Agency Europe has officially been registered as a credit rating agency by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), effective 13 November
Captive insurance scholarships awarded in Bahamas
14 November 2017 | The Bahamas | Reporter: Lorella Fava
The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) and the Insurance Commission of The Bahamas (ICB) has selected two recipients for the Associates in Captive Insurance designation scholarships
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Jeremy Colombik of MSI and NCCIA chair explains to Becky Butcher that Notice 2016-66 could be detrimental to not just North Carolina, but other domiciles that are home to smaller captives
Michael Schroeder of Roundstone explains why transparency, control and cost savings are the secret sauce offered by a medical captive
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Attendees of the Guernsey Insurance Forum heard how important it is for different parts of the industry to work together not only to co-exist, but also to collaborate
Captives must demonstrate they are both efficient and cost effective. Colin Freeman and Peter Downey explain what Barclays can do to help
Ed Malaspina of HAI Group discusses the lessons he learned in his first 100 days as the company’s new CEO and president
Martin Ellis of Comerica Bank explains why letters of credit are still the most popular collateral type used by the captive insurance industry
Ian-Edward Stafrace of Atlas Insurance PCC in Malta gives insight into how cells in Europe are promoting innovation in the insurance market
Reference-based pricing plans can be a highly effective form of alternative provider network, if they are implemented in a reasonable way to all parties involved, according to Phillip Giles of QBE
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