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Dominic Wheatley of Guernsey Finance, speaks to the captive insurance capabilities of the island in this article for 2017 EMEA Captive from Captive International. He references Paul Eaton, New Business Director, and a white paper that he helped author about pension longevity.Read More
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A new private catastrophe bond, or cat bond lite, issuance has been completed and listed in Bermuda using the Artex SAC Limited Note Program II, in the form of $50.227 million of Artex SAC Limited – Series DX Notes.Read More
The Power 50 is a ranked list recognising the most influential professionals in the global captive insurance industry.
David McManus, President & CEO of Artex moves up six positions to rank #10th. Nick Heys, Chief Executive, International for Artex, is a new entry at #31.Read More
Linda Haddleton, Managing Director of the Artex Cayman office, is the incoming Chairperson of The Insurance Managers Association of Cayman (IMAC). In this article Linda speaks to her background and her vision for the industry and the association.Read More
The threat of cyber crime is greater than ever for corporates around the world, and it may surprise some to discover that this complex and rapidly changing risk is starting to find its way into some captives. Cayman Captive explores the logic of such a move.Read More
Insurers gathered at the Cayman Captive Forum 2016 say Cayman's local insurance expertise and infrastructure should help maintain its position as a leading insurance domicile. This A.M. Best TV video features several industry leaders, including Linda Haddleton, Managing Director - Cayman, Artex Inte…Read More
In an exclusive interview with Captive International, Amanda Klimaski - Captive Director, discusses the new group captive called Command, designed to offer its members better ability to improve their control of insurance cost through a captive.