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Captive insurers covering employee benefit risks will have to implement stronger governance and risk management to comply with the second pillar of Solvency II regulations, according to Towers Watson & Co.
Towers Watson director Mark Cook said employee benefit risks have "different risk profiles to most of captives' 'normal' property/casualty business so captive boards are starting to recognise that they need specialist benefits expertise and advice," Money Marketing reported. The consultancy said about one fourth of single-owner captives are European Union- or Bermuda-domiciled, adding that Bermuda is set to implement a modified version of Solvency II.