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  • 2018: A Look Back at Captives and a Vision of Success Michael Maglaras of Michael Maglaras & Company looks back at 2018 and discusses the reason why he thinks captives are still being formed and maintained in an environment very deeply affected by a continuing soft commercial market condition.
  • Proposed Regulations Clarify the BEAT and FATCA The Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service issued two sets of proposed regulations that clarify the application of the base-erosion anti-abuse tax (BEAT) and the treatment of insurance premiums under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Eversheds Sutherland explains the proposed regulations and offers key takeaways.
  • The Crumbling Foundations Captive Michael Maglaras, principal of Michael Maglaras & Company, explains that Dan Malloy, during his tenure as governor of Connecticut, was confronted with a looming problem: the crumbling foundations disaster. Watch the latest Captive.com video to find out why the state created a captive insurance company to deal with the crumbling foundations matter.
  • The Captive Industry Is Amazingly Resilient Brady Young of Strategic Risk Solutions pauses and reflects on what happened in the captive industry in 2018 and what the operating environment might be in the coming year. Read why Mr. Young thinks the captive industry is amazingly resilient.
  • Captive Insurers Finding New Footholds When we remember 2018, its events and circumstances have been more varied and challenging than one might imagine, according to Joe Herbers and Rob Walling of Pinnacle Actuarial. Read the latest from Pinnacle on the year in review, take a look ahead, and find out where captive insurers are finding new footholds.
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2018: A Look Back at Captives and a Vision of Success

Michael Maglaras of Michael Maglaras & Company looks back at 2018 and discusses the reason why he thinks captives are still being formed and maintained in an environment very deeply affected by a continuing soft commercial market condition.
January 17, 2019 Read More
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Proposed Regulations Clarify the BEAT and FATCA

The Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service issued two sets of proposed regulations that clarify the application of the base-erosion anti-abuse tax (BEAT) and the treatment of insurance premiums under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Eversheds Sutherland explains the proposed regulations and offers key takeaways.
January 16, 2019 Read More
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The Crumbling Foundations Captive

Michael Maglaras, principal of Michael Maglaras & Company, explains that Dan Malloy, during his tenure as governor of Connecticut, was confronted with a looming problem: the crumbling foundations disaster. Watch the latest Captive.com video to find out why the state created a captive insurance company to deal with the crumbling foundations matter.
January 15, 2019 Read More
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Cyber Risk: A Devious Data Dilemma

Read the latest from Aaron Hillebrandt of Pinnacle Actuarial Resources, Inc., who discusses the "devious dilemma" of dealing with cyber-risk data reliability and the need to understand what the data represents.
January 14, 2019 Read More
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The Captive Industry Is Amazingly Resilient

Brady Young of Strategic Risk Solutions pauses and reflects on what happened in the captive industry in 2018 and what the operating environment might be in the coming year. Read why Mr. Young thinks the captive industry is amazingly resilient.
January 11, 2019 Read More
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Captive Insurers Finding New Footholds

When we remember 2018, its events and circumstances have been more varied and challenging than one might imagine, according to Joe Herbers and Rob Walling of Pinnacle Actuarial. Read the latest from Pinnacle on the year in review, take a look ahead, and find out where captive insurers are finding new footholds.
January 10, 2019 Read More
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Michael Mead—Captive Insurance Person of Interest

As part of our ongoing commitment to provide thoughtful commentary concerning issues impacting captives and the broader insurance markets, we spoke with Michael Mead. Mr. Mead is editor of "Captive Insurance Company Reports" and offers commentary on today's captive markets as the latest captive insurance person of interest.
January 09, 2019 Read More
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Captive Insurance Runoff Trends

According to EWI Re, runoff is increasingly seen as a means of allocating dedicated capital as an alternative permanent risk funding mechanism for entities seeking an exit from a particular segment of business. This has created a more secure global insurance system and has reallocated capital and insurance capacity efficiently.
January 08, 2019 Read More
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Captive Insurers and the 2019 Reinsurance Markets

We look at early indications of renewal rates for 2019 reinsurance placements and comment on how they may impact the captive insurance market. Specifically, we review reports issued by JLT Re and Willis Re on the January 1, 2019, renewals and what captives can anticipate.
January 07, 2019 Read More
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Musings on the State of Workers Compensation

Single-parent and group captives have played a large role in allowing employers to self-insure their workers compensation risks. We look at new reports on InsurTech and medical costs as we gauge whether the positive pricing trends are likely to continue.
January 02, 2019 Read More
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