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  • Hugh Rosenbaum Discusses the World Captive Forum, Then and Now The World Captive Forum (WCF) is set to occur January 30–February 1, 2019, at Turnberry Isle Miami. Captive.com recently spoke with captive insurance expert Hugh Rosenbaum about the event, then and now. Read on to learn more about the 2019 WCF and register today!
  • ILS in a Nutshell and Collateral in the ILS Market Captive.com recently caught up with a few members of Wilmington Trust's collateral team to find out about their expertise with collateral trusts and how it relates to the team's involvement in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market. Read on to find out about the ILS market and ILS collateral.
  • Growth in Reinsurance and Captive Insurance Runoff Transactions Runoff and related transactions present an enormous opportunity in the property and casualty industry, says Steve McElhiney, president and CEO of EWI Reinsurance. There are many captive insurance companies around the world that are subject to using runoff solutions, and many great opportunities for growth in runoff transactions exist.
  • Joel Chansky—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 Joel Chansky, chair of the Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) Board of Directors. Mr. Chansky is a principal and consulting actuary in the Boston office of Milliman.
  • Risk Retention Groups: An Important Segment of the Captive Industry Risk retention groups (RRGs) comprise only 3 percent of the roughly 7,000 captive insurers now operating. This relatively small number of RRGs hides the importance of this segment of the captive industry. Many RRGs are a vital source of coverage for hundreds—even thousands—of their policyholder-owners.
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  Hugh Rosenbaum

Hugh Rosenbaum Discusses the World Captive Forum, Then and Now

The World Captive Forum (WCF) is set to occur January 30–February 1, 2019, at Turnberry Isle Miami. Captive.com recently spoke with captive insurance expert Hugh Rosenbaum about the event, then and now. Read on to learn more about the 2019 WCF and register today!
October 22, 2018 Read More
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ILS in a Nutshell and Collateral in the ILS Market

Captive.com recently caught up with a few members of Wilmington Trust's collateral team to find out about their expertise with collateral trusts and how it relates to the team's involvement in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market. Read on to find out about the ILS market and ILS collateral.
October 17, 2018 Read More
  Steve McElhiney

Growth in Reinsurance and Captive Insurance Runoff Transactions

Runoff and related transactions present an enormous opportunity in the property and casualty industry, says Steve McElhiney, president and CEO of EWI Reinsurance. There are many captive insurance companies around the world that are subject to using runoff solutions, and many great opportunities for growth in runoff transactions exist.
October 15, 2018 Read More
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Why Should You Do an On-Site Captive Feasibility Study?

Stewart Feldman of Capstone Associated Services says that before undertaking the project of forming a captive insurance company and the payment of hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars in annual premiums, most individuals or organizations will do advanced planning and analysis through a captive feasibility study.
October 10, 2018 Read More
  Joel Chansky

Joel Chansky—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 Joel Chansky, chair of the Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) Board of Directors. Mr. Chansky is a principal and consulting actuary in the Boston office of Milliman.
October 08, 2018 Read More
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Risk Retention Groups: An Important Segment of the Captive Industry

Risk retention groups (RRGs) comprise only 3 percent of the roughly 7,000 captive insurers now operating. This relatively small number of RRGs hides the importance of this segment of the captive industry. Many RRGs are a vital source of coverage for hundreds—even thousands—of their policyholder-owners.
October 03, 2018 Read More
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What To Include in a Captive Insurer's Claims Handling Procedures

A captive insurer's claims handling procedures should discuss all stages that are in the life cycle of a claim, according to Lynn Sheils, senior vice president and general counsel of EWI Reinsurance. Stages include how the notice will be handled, investigation standards, coverage evaluation, reserving approach, and claim closure philosophy.
October 01, 2018 Read More
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What Are Association and Group Captives?

Group captives are formed when a group of individuals or entities comes together to jointly own a captive insurance company. Sometimes they are sponsored by industry associations for the benefit of their members, hence the alternative name "association captive."
September 27, 2018 Read More
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Does Your Captive Suffer from Bad Directors?

Does your captive suffer from bad directors? What are the key characteristics of a bad director, and how do you address the issue? In this article, we look at the four attributes described in the National Association of Corporate Directors article "A Field Guide to Bad Directors" and how they relate to the captive insurance industry.
September 26, 2018 Read More
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US-EU Covered Agreement—an Overview

Eversheds Sutherland provides us with an overview of the US-EU covered agreement. The agreement will eliminate collateral and local presence requirements for qualified US reinsurers operating in the EU insurance market, and will eliminate the requirement for collateral for qualified EU reinsurers operating in the US insurance market.
September 24, 2018 Read More
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