Those in the captive insurance community who may be down and out because of "failure" in starting or operating a captive insurance company will find encouragement in Captive.com coeditor John Salisbury's personal story.
Those considering forming a captive insurance company—as well as seasoned captive board members, executives, managers, and staff—can find an excellent resource in Captive.com's "Captive Thought Leader Videos."
In an effort to raise awareness for insurers and supervisors of the challenges presented by cyber-risk, the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) has published and is seeking public comment on a draft "Issues Paper on Cyber Risk to the Insurance Sector."
CNSBusiness reported in an April 25, 2016, article that a number of its Cayman insurance industry readers are concerned that the Insurance Division is "… being neglected by CIMA [Cayman Islands Monetary Authority]...."
An article written by Andrew J. Barile that appeared recently in "Risk Management Monitor," the official blog of "Risk Management" magazine, explains the increased need for captive insurers to have board members who are independent and experienced in insurance.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has issued its 2015 Annual Report, titled "To Serve & Protect in the Digital Age."
Almost 40 years ago, captive insurers began as a new business model that disrupted the traditional commercial insurance markets.
A recent white paper published by QBE North America discusses the increased use of medical stop loss captives by companies that self-fund their employee health insurance plans.
A total of 214 students majoring in risk management and insurance attend the RIMS annual conference to learn, network, and compete.