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Commercial Risk Europe Captives Report

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.

Building success for captive boards

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.

Next Malcolm Cutts-Watson reviews major changes to captive landscape over past 20 years and predicts future developments of Talent in the Captive Industry.

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.

Next Generation of Talent in the Captive Industry.

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.

Airmic Guide for Independent Non-Executive Directors on Captive Boards.

The AIRMIC practical guide for independent non-executive directors on captive boards is welcomed given the ongoing scrutiny of the INED role. A good introduction to the “what”, a little light on the “how”. Maybe release greater detail of what a good board and INED looks like and how to achieve this. AIRMIC and sponsor Aon are to be congratulated for raising the level of debate on governance.

How to start a captive

This is an interesting and insightful article from the team at London & Capital as to how to extract maximum value from the investment function for a small insurer. Applicable to captives, cell vehicles and commercial (re)insurers, it offers a road map forward with key steps identified to achieve asset liability management. For insurer boards with limited investment expertise, L&C can provide assurance that investment risk (and reward) is understood, quantified and properly managed

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