An interview with Stephen Cross, chief executive officer of Aon Captive Services Group
The popularity of captives as a means of writing direct business is set to grow and grow, according to Clive James.
The popularity of value of in-force securitisation as a source of alternative capital is set to continue, but watch out for the regulatory hurdles that await, warns Franz Lathuillerie
Contrary to popular wisdom which suggests that the importance of the captive declines in a softening market, David Stafford believes that they can still thrive
As the regulatory furore surrounding finite reinsurance shows little sign of abating, Nigel Allen asks whether finite transactions have become too risky to handle?
As the importance of the captive as a risk management tool grows, Nigel Allen discusses with Jose Sanchez-Crespo, John Andre and Henry Witmer, the value of having a captive rating
Bermuda may have started the captive trend but, as Ronald Gift Mullins reports, the competition from the US is hotting up
Christopher McGhee looks at recent developments in the catastrophe bond market
In the first instalment of a two-part article, Brian Foley suggests that it might be an opportune time for the Irish regulatory authorities to think about monitoring captive insurance companies differently
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