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“One thing I’ve cautioned everyone is we can’t just put the band back together and churn out the old hits like the Eagles do every couple of years and expect people to turn up, because people’s expectations and desires have changed.”
The Vermont captive insurance sector has experienced tremendous growth thanks to its collaborative regulation, extensive infrastructure and commitment to working together.
NFP Management Corp. has taken great strides to enhance its diversity and inclusion initiatives, showing that such efforts in captives are a necessary step forward.
The construction and real estate sectors are showing an increasing interest in captives.
Vermont’s captive insurance industry has come a long way since 1981. Here’s how they state continues to garner success.
With the demand for employee benefits escalating, companies might want to look to captives as a way to control costs and increase efficiency.
This year, six brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2020 Captives Power Broker winners. An additional broker was named as a finalist.
A compilation of the latest announcements, partnerships and products that are likely to have an impact on the insurance industry today.
The benefits of owning or participating in a captive may be well reported, but what are the additional factors that firms need to consider when forming a captive?
Are cryptocurrency companies ready to embrace captives as a potential insurance solution?
For companies that wish to avoid the start-up and carrying costs of a standalone captive, a cell captive might just be the answer.
Aon’s Lori Goltermann named APIW Woman of the Year, AXA XL forms a new leadership team and more in this edition of People on the Move.
Approximately 10% of the captives domiciled in Vermont are for international companies. The domicile is perceived by global regulators as well-run and free of the taint of being labeled a tax haven.
The United Educators is one of the oldest risk transfer organizations and thriving in its Vermont domicile. Here’s their story.
The adoption of blockchain technology into captive programs opens the door for expansion and growth. But plenty of risk still remains.
This year, six brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2020 Captives Power Broker winners.
Captive leader Anne Marie Towle sat down to discuss her new role at Hylant, her effective leadership role and the goals for her career at the captive practice.
Cannabis, cyber and workers’ compensation are among the areas where alternative risk transfer is needed.
With ‘traditional’ insurance pulling back in some lines, insureds are using captives to fill in the gaps.
Almost 100 companies will be showcasing their latest product and service developments to around 1,100 captive and risk managers, service providers and other industry professionals at the VCIA 2019 event.