Captive Insurance Issues and Trends 2017
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The National Risk Retention Association (NRRA) 2016 Conference was once again a success. By inspiring imagination and innovation, the conference's theme of "Autonomous RRG—A Virtual Company" challenged attendees to explore the role of combined digital technologies and their future use by risk retention groups (RRGs) to manage the risks of new technologies.
Aaron Hillebrandt, a consulting actuary with Pinnacle Actuarial Resources, Inc., makes a strong case for captives viewing their actuary as a "strategic partner."
Atlas Insurance Management has received approval from the South Carolina Department of Insurance to act as an insurance manager for captive business in the state.
The state of the healthcare professional liability marketplace, how accountable care is affecting healthcare captives, and trends in the use of captives are topics discussed in the latest Captive.com Captive Thought Leader video series.
Milliman has introduced an interactive platform that helps organizations evaluate their enterprise risk management (ERM) framework, access benchmark data, and identify improvement opportunities. The platform generates a complimentary report that provides practical suggestions that can be implemented by your organization.
Validus holding that federal excise tax (FET) does not apply to foreign reinsurance transactions is affirmed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
The content of the May 2015 issue of Captive Insurance Company Reports (CICR), published by IRMI, features a look at the evolution of a longstanding tax issue, an outlook for captives in 2015, a captive case study, and more.
The Arizona, Utah, and Missouri captive insurance associations have again pooled their efforts to host the Western Region Captive Insurance Conference May 11-13, 2015, in St. Louis.
The Internal Revenue Service has concluded in CCA 201511021 that currency fluctuation covers are not insurance for tax purposes.
Captive insurance involving single-member limited liability companies may now qualify as insurance for tax purposes due to a recent decision in the Healthmark case.