- Barbara Austin
- +1 345 946 4111
- http://www.captivamanagers.com/ more//
22nd of May 2013
It’s been more than fifty years since Bermuda’s captive journey began and it is now well and truly a key player, with more captives setting up shop on the North Atlantic isle than anywhere else. Even though competition between domiciles is certainly heating up, particularly as the US tries to get a slice of the captive pie, Bermuda remains a heavyweight in the industry.more//
With employee benefits currently one of the most discussed topics within the captive industry, Marco Giacomelli of Generali Employee Benefits explains the opportunities EB offers and the need for increasingly sophisticated services.more//
Catastrophic risk, hard to quantify business interruption loss, and a hardening of the market in certain areas is driving some companies to reassess the suitability of using captives to self-insure their property.more//
The year 2012 will be seen by some as having been a successful year for Guernsey's captive insurance industry with the total number of licensed international insurers increased by 50 during the year to 737.more//
The QFC Authority is delighted to be a sponsor of Technical Guide to Captive Formation, essential reading for any entity considering setting up a captive.more//
Captives have long been a popular risk management tool within the developed markets of Europe and the US - but they are also being increasingly recognised in other regions of the world, particularly Latin America.more//
The Channel Islands and Isle of Man have come under scrutiny amidst renewed focus on tax avoidance that could see some captives migrating onshoremore//
With fine art losses from Hurricane Sandy tipping the $500m mark, increasing numbers of commercial galleries and auctioneers are exploring alternatives to traditional risk transfer.more//
Now that Barack Obama is back in the Oval office, his Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is poised to leap off the statute books and become a reality - providing coverage to more than 30 million needy Americans - as of January 2014.more//
"There are definitely opportunities for those who want to start as independent managers. In the future we will see more small starts."more//
One of the most significant risk areas starting to grow on the balance sheets for a lot of captives is that of employee benefits.more//
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