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CWC expands in to Malta

Cutts-Watson Consulting Limited (CWC) announces the appointment of James Portelli as Consultant. James is a seasoned chartered insurance risk manager with 3 decades of experience in traditional (re)insurance and captive sectors across Europe and the Gulf Region. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute, a Fellow of the UK Institute of Risk Management and holds an MSC in Risk Management. He acts as non-executive director on a number of insurance companies as well as lecturing at the University of Malta. He resides in Malta.

DO NOT MISS THIS!!! The 2020 Captive Landscape

Release of this annual “state of the nation” report on captives was delayed this year, for obvious reasons. But Marsh is to be congratulated for persevering (I know how time consuming gathering the data and report writing can be!) and issuing such an insightful document.

CWC on Global Captive Podcast

The experts at London & Capital tackle investment issues, while I address governance of the investment function. We continue to see captive boards seeking to achieve best practice in corporate governance and CWC is delighted to be advising a number of them.

Broker Conflicts

The scrutiny of regulators, shareholders and leading
professionals in your field, with 20:20 hindsight,
assessing whether your directorial performance was
appropriate and professional. Are you sure you
would pass muster if something untoward happened?

The Captive Review Virtual European Summit

The scrutiny of regulators, shareholders and leading
professionals in your field, with 20:20 hindsight,
assessing whether your directorial performance was
appropriate and professional. Are you sure you
would pass muster if something untoward happened?

Climate Change

ter co hosting Global Captive Podcast #5, I was delighted that the organiser, Richard Cutcher, invited me to contribute to Podcast #9 , which considers how to move the captive industry forward. My contribution ( minutes 11-17) focusses on the next generation of talent and how best to develop it. I would be interested to learn your thoughts on how best to nurture this new talent.

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