Building on experience
Jay Branum of the South Carolina Department of
Insurance explains the background to law H. 4675
and its effects.
Dealing with the threat of extra-domicile tax
A regulatory enforcement action has raised
the spectre of how captives may be subject to
unexpected premium tax liabilities in states outside
their domicile. Joseph Holahan of Morris, Manning
& Martin reports.
A bright future for captives
Utah has become a leading domicile for captives on
the back of technical innovation and affordability, says
Travis Wegkamp of the Utah Insurance Department.
Quality, not quantity
Slow and steady growth means Hawaii is
consistently on the list of top domiciles for captives,
as Paul Shimomoto of the Hawaii Captive Insurance
A transformation is taking place
The captives landscape has shifted from foreign
multinationals to more US-based small to mediumsized
captives. Les Boughner of Advantage
Insurance explores the trend.
A growth trajectory
The Turks & Caicos Islands is seeing a rise in
producer-affiliated reinsurance companies and its
captives sector is also tipped for strong growth.
Adrian Corr of Miller Simons O’Sullivan reports.
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