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Cyber security regulations: The shape of things to come for captives?
Feature: In an environment of technological threats, cyber security is moving up the captive agenda, say EY Bermuda’s Daniel Message, Kerr Kennedy and Chris Maiato 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

Lisl Lewis :: London & Capital
Interview: Although ICC legislation was implemented in Barbados last year, SCCs are still leading the way, according to Lisl Lewis of London & Capital Read more

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Features
Cyber security regulations: The shape of things to come for captives?
In an environment of technological threats, cyber security is moving up the captive agenda, say EY Bermuda’s Daniel Message, Kerr Kennedy and Chris Maiato Read more
Pick of the mix
06 March 2013
As 2012 licensing figures roll in, CIT looks at what some of the big guns are offering and what the new kids on the block are bringing to the industry Read more

The luck of three
20 February 2013
Q3 2012 results for risk retention groups are indicative of exceptional business, says ratings firm Demotech’s Douglas Powell Read more

Needs must
23 January 2013
Andrew Barile discusses underwriting reputational risk insurance in a captive instead of using more traditional methods Read more

Negotiating the maze
23 January 2013
Lawrence Walters of Aon Risk Solutions looks at the challenges of reserves, LOCs and reinsurance relationships Read more

Seeing clearly now the NRRA has gone (or not)
23 January 2013
Adam Forstot of USA Risk Group weighs into the debate on the controversial piece of Dodd-Frank legislation that is, was and could always be a pain for captives Read more

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Domicile profiles
Interviews
Cyber security regulations: The shape of things to come for captives?
In an environment of technological threats, cyber security is moving up the captive agenda, say EY Bermuda’s Daniel Message, Kerr Kennedy and Chris Maiato Read more

Coming up captives
Disruption was the theme of the recent CICA International Conference in San Diego, where a new president was welcomed, the next generation of professionals was groomed and a regulatory shake up was previewed Read more

A healthy option
As small US businesses are faced with increasing healthcare costs, Holmes Murphy has created a captive to give them something back. Beau Reid explains Read more

Can a captive $ave us from ourselves?
With a solid enterprise risk management strategy, a captive can increase in value and reputation, says Michael Zuckerman of Temple University Read more

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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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Lisl Lewis
London & Capital
Although ICC legislation was implemented in Barbados last year, SCCs are still leading the way, according to Lisl Lewis of London & Capital Read more

Linda Haddleton
IMAC
As the new chair of IMAC, Linda Haddleton hopes to see continued growth in licence numbers, but as a mature domicile, the Cayman Islands is focused more on quality and innovation Read more

Eduardo Fox
Appleby
Appleby and Bermuda are optimistic about the future of Latin American captives. Eduardo Fox explains Read more

Alvaro Ortiz
Charles Taylor
Dramatic changes in the Latin American market have led to increased interest in the captive concept in the region, according to Alvaro Ortiz of Charles Taylor Read more

Ciaran Healy
Willis Towers Watson
Although it’s typically viewed as a defensive move, BEPS could mean positive things for captives, says Ciaran Healy of Willis Towers Watson Read more

Vittorio Zaniboni
Generali Employee Benefits
Generali’s Vittorio Zaniboni suggests employee benefits captives have evolved from risk financing tools to proper risk management vehicles Read more

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