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UK, Lloyd’s progress could tempt McGill into captive management

While McGill & Partners is focused on broking for large, complex accounts, the prospect of a UK captive regime and further progress at Lloyd’s could tempt the firm into offering captive management services domestically, according to Stephen Cross, group COO & head of innovation & strategy.

Hope remains for progress on UK captive regime, despite Labour victory

While the Labour election victory on 4 July is expected to delay progress on the proposed United Kingdom captive legislation, local industry has not given hope of pushing the new framework through.

Lloyd’s, UK propositions further legitimising captive concept – Thomas-Ferrand

While the Lloyd’s Captive Syndicate proposition is mostly appealing to the largest, most sophisticated clients it provides an environment for insureds to future proof their risk financing strategies, according to William Thomas-Ferrand, international captive practice leader at Marsh Captive Solutions.

LMG planning post-election letter to next UK Chancellor on captive regime

The London Market Group (LMG) is planning to deliver a market-backed letter to the next Chancellor urging the continuation of the current government’s commitment to introduce a captive regime following the UK general election on 4 July.

Early UK election expected to delay domestic captive regime

News that UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is calling an early general election could delay progress on the introduction of captive regime in the United Kingdom.

UK captive regime would bring captives further into the mainstream

The potential introduction of a UK captive regime would bring risk financing tool further into the mainstream and may potentially mean more companies, rather than less, will look to utilise neighbouring domiciles such as Guernsey.

PoloWorks, PwC UK joint venture to focus on captive solutions

PoloWorks, which launched a new independent captive manager in Guernsey last month, has announced a joint venture with PwC UK – PoloPartners – with an initial focus on captive solutions.

Marsh calls for proportional UK captive regime outside of Solvency II

London’s world class (re)insurance infrastructure should give clients a great opportunity to utilise a “wonderful risk management tool” closer to home if the UK introduces a proportional captive regime, according to Chris Lay, CEO of Marsh McLennan UK.

GCP Short: What would make a successful UK captive domicile?

Richard is joined by Chris Lay, William-Thomas Ferrand and Matthew Latham to discuss Marsh's position on a potential UK captive regime and what factors can make it successful.

Atlas Insurance PCC receives UK branch licence

The Malta-domiciled protected cell company, Atlas Insurance PCC, has received authorisation for its branch licence in the United Kingdom.

Latest Podcasts

GCP #107: Solvency II reform and Q2 investments update

Richard brings insight from FERMA on the recent Solvency II reforms that should bring some regulatory relief to EU-domiciled captives, and London & Capital provide the Q2 investments update.

GCP Short: Managing EB claims to add value to your captive programme

Richard is joined by ZGEBS' Chris Mason, Aon's Sander Brentjes and Jenny Woods, at Zurich Corporate Risk, to discuss what is involved in EB claims management.

GCP #106: Stephen Cross on captive past, present and future

Richard sits down with Stephen Cross, Group COO & Head of Innovation & Strategy at broker McGill & Partners, to discuss his captive past, present and future.

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