Source: International Risk Management Institute, Inc.
The use of captives grew significantly in the soft market and is poised to expand even further in the future.
The use of captives grew significantly in the soft market and is poised to expand even further in the future. As a risk management or insurance professional, you can treat traditional market changes and the increasing use of the alternative market as either threats or opportunities.
Written by the consultants of Tillinghast-Towers Perrin, Captive Insurance Company Reports (CICR) is the first and most well-known periodical to focus on the alternative market. CICR covers reinsurance, tax, and regulatory developments in the captive industry. It provides comprehensive reports and comparisons of new and existing captive domiciles and on reinsurance and fronting conditions and their effects on captives. You will also receive summaries of the proceedings from many conferences, assessments of the latest tax legislation, and the results of recent court cases. CICR's annual review issue, "Captive Scene Today," provides a definitive summary of the growth and the latest trends in this sector of the ART market.
Some examples of recent topics:
Captives as Direct Writers, Self-Management: Who Does It and Why?, Employee Benefit and Life Insurers' Role in the Alternative Market, Employee Benefits in Captives, The UPS Tax Case, Japanese Captives, Latin American Captives, Vermont: Branches, Sponsored Captives, Captives in Disaster Scenarios
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