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Now Is the Time for Multinationals with U.S. Affiliates to Form a Captive in Vermont. Here’s Why

With the risk environment growing more complex and coverages more expensive, there are big advantages to shifting risks into a domestic captive.

White Paper Summary

The risks undertaken by a global company are varied and complex. Insuring them – while always a bit of a jigsaw puzzle – is becoming even more challenging thanks to rising rates across a number of lines.

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The State of Vermont, known as the “Gold Standard” of captive domiciles, is the leading onshore captive insurance domicile, with over 1,000 licensed captive insurance companies, including 48 of the Fortune 100 and 18 of the companies that make up the Dow 30.

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