Corporate Governance

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Captive Corporate Governance—The Case for Independent Directors

Captive corporate governance, including the use of independent directors, was the subject of a World Captive Forum workshop.
February 04, 2016 Read More
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Captive Insurance Domiciles' Compliance with RRG "Independent Director" Governance Standards

Captive domiciles have been adopting governance standards for risk retention groups (RRGs) as part of the many standards needed to secure their accreditation by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC).
October 21, 2015 Read More
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Captive Insurance Industry Leaders Can Benefit from New Guide

Tomorrow's Corporate Governance, a publication just released by Airmic, is a guide to help organizations explore the case for a distinct and more specialized role to support the board in its risk leadership.
June 03, 2015 Read More

Does Your Captive Board Spend Most of Its Time Reviewing the Past? Should It?

In the second in the series on “Reinsurance Markets, Captives, and Generative Thinking,” author John Foehl suggests that over the past decade governance experts have focused on the “backward looking” roles of boards and not on the responsibility to advance the mission of the organization they serve.
September 29, 2014 Read More