Davies Captive Management is one of the world’s largest captive managers and delivers management and advisory services to captives, commercial insurance companies, MGA’s, Brokers and other risk retention vehicles, operating across a global network of captive domiciles including Bermuda, the US, Guernsey and Cayman.
The types of captives we manage range from Single Parent, Groups, Protected Cell Companies (PCCs), Incorporated Cell Companies (ICCs), Segregated Account Companies (SACs) and Risk Retention Groups (RRGs).
Our solutions are created for clients’ specific insurance requirements, whether it be captive or rent-a captive/segregated account. We help clients determine the risks and layers to be retained and our experts will help locating fronting and reinsurance partners as well as leading third party service providers in the industry as required.
Generali Country Italy and Global Business Lines is the largest unit within the Group, leader in the Italian retail insurance market and is amongst the major insurance players worldwide focusing on corporate business. Via its two units, Generali Global Corporate & Commercial and Generali Employee Benefits (GEB) it caters the needs of medium and large businesses by providing flexible, custom tailored insurance solutions in P&C and Life, health protection, and pension plans to local and expat employees of multinational companies.
GEB is an integrated network that offers services for employees of multinational companies consisting of protection, life and health coverage, and pension plans for both local and expat employees. Located in over 100 countries and with more than 350 coordinated multinational programmes (of which about 38 captive), GEB today is one of the market leader for multinational companies with a premium volume of € 1.5 billion. Furthermore, GEB includes Generali Global Health (GGH), a division of the Generali Group dedicated to the International Private Medical insurance (IPMI) sector since September 2019
AXA XL is the P&C and specialty risk division of AXA, known for solving even the most complex risks. For mid-sized companies to the world’s largest multinationals, we offer traditional and innovative insurance solutions and services in over 200 countries and territories.
Whatever path your business is on in these uncertain and fascinating times, we’ll be there. Wherever and whenever you need us.
How? It starts with a strong and efficient capital platform, data-driven insights, leading technology and a flexible approach. Driven by a culture of superior service, our talented and recognized teams are empowered to create relevant solutions across all our lines of business − property, casualty, professional, financial lines and specialty.
The Bahamas Financial Services Board which was launched in April 1998, represents an innovative commitment by the financial services industry and the Government of The Bahamas to promote a greater awareness of The Bahamas' strengths as an international financial centre.
Co-founded by MetLife and AXA, MAXIS Global Benefits Network is a network of nearly 140 insurance companies in 115 markets combining local expertise with global insight. Together, we help multinational employers deliver the employee benefits they need to care for their people and meet their strategic goals. In February 2016, MetLife and AXA further strengthened their relationship by combining all of its MAXIS GBN existing operations under a joint venture company. This transformation helps leverage the existing strength of the network and its two parent companies while further enhancing the client experience, focusing on product innovation and providing data analytics. For more information, please visit maxis-gbn.com
Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings Ltd. (R&Q) is listed on the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) 100 Index and provides core services of legacy acquisitions and program management. The Group was founded by Ken Randall and Alan Quilter in 1991.
R&Q has a proven track record over three decades of acquiring discontinued books of non-life business and non-life (re)insurance companies and captives in run-off.
We have access to capital and the experience of managing run-off which enables us to free management and investors from the cost and constraints of handling discontinued business. We can do this on both sides of the Atlantic with our licenced platforms in the US, Bermuda and Europe.
North Carolina is a leading captive domicile with a bright future, committed to the development and growth of its captive industry. Since the inception of the NC captive insurance program, the state has experienced strong growth of licensed captive insurers and captive insurer service providers.
The NC Captive Insurance Act provides the Commissioner with discretion to regulate each captive insurer according the insurer’s unique risk profile. Other advantages of the NC captive insurance program include:
No NCDOI fees (exception: special purpose financial captive application fee)
NCDOI regulatory team of in-house experienced and knowledgeable insurance professionals, including CPAs and in-house actuaries.
Regulatory team that is accessible and responsive to the industry, and provides reasonable, consistent, and appropriate regulation.
No mandatory-scheduled NCDOI examinations. Instead, NCDOI examinations are
performed on a “target” basis, as necessary, focusing on specific issues and providing a cost savings to well run, financially sound captives.
Reasonable capital requirements
South Carolina has long been one of the nation’s premier captive domiciles. In partnership with the captive business community, our Captive Division continues to set the standard for excellence among America’s captive domiciles. South Carolina offers a business-savvy regulatory environment with world-class captive know-how.
Business is confronted by risk every day. Forming a Captive Insurance Company has become a mainstream tool for mitigating traditional risks (e.g. Property, Casualty, Liability, Medical Malpractice, Directors & Officers, etc…) or non-traditional risks (e.g. Cyber Risk, Credit Risk, Wind Risk etc…) resulting in increased control and cost reductions. Tennessee’s state of the art Captive legislation, a unique centrally located geographic location and an Insurance Department dedicated to serving the needs of all types of Captives makes for a winning combination worthy of consideration.
Tennessee ranks among the most attractive domiciles for captive insurance companies and continues to improve the regulatory environment. Tennessee’s knowledgeable team of regulators and Nashville’s geographic location, make it an attractive destination to start up captives, as well as captives redomesticating from foreign and alien domiciles.
For over 36 years, Vermont has been the leading onshore captive insurance domicile. Vermont has knowledgeable and approachable state regulators and world-class professional services. Vermont is home to 48 of the Fortune 100 and over one hundred hospital captives. Find out why Vermont has earned the “Gold Standard’ reputation.
Utah is recognized as an innovative state, fostering and supporting innovative solutions. If you are looking for an onshore domicile to form a captive insurance company, a Utah domiciled captive is the choice for you, where Risk Management, Cost Control, and Regulation connect.
As a recognized leader in Insurance Asset Management Consulting, we are employee owned and unaffiliated with firms that manage money for our clients. By separating “investment consulting” from “investment management”, we advise on a client’s investments only. In this way CapVisor seeks to avoid the conflicts inherent with providing advice and then implementing that advice. We are trusted by our clients to provide them with fair and balanced investment advice. We are an SEC-registered Investment Advisor with over 1.25 billion in assets and over 150 years combined experience in working with insurance companies.
At EY, our purpose is Building a better working world. The insights and quality services we provide help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over. We develop outstanding leaders who team to deliver on our promises to all our stakeholders. In so doing, we play a critical role in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities.
Johnson Lambert LLP is one of the nation’s largest insurance-focused CPA firms, ranking as the 5th largest auditor of P&C insurers and 8th largest auditor of life insurers, per A.M. Best's Best Review. We provide audit, tax, and consulting services to 500+ insurance clients, including hundreds of captives.
Macquarie Asset Management (MAM) provides specialist investment solutions to clients across a range of capabilities including infrastructure & renewables, real estate, agriculture, transportation finance, private credit, equities, fixed income, and multi-asset solutions.
MAM has been managing assets for institutional and retail investors since 1980 in Australia and in the United States, retail investors recognise Delaware Funds® by Macquarie family of funds as one of the longest standing mutual fund families, with more than 80 years in existence.
Marsh McLennan Agency (MMA) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh, serving the risk prevention and insurance needs of middle market companies in the United States. MMA has access to broad resources and solutions across all of its sister companies under the Marsh McLennan (MMC) banner. Although we are not integrating the businesses with Marsh, we are able to leverage the value of our respective capabilities and intellectual capital in those instances where there is a compelling case for collaboration between MMA and Marsh.
Mid-size companies need a partner they can trust and that can provide additional tools for opportunity and growth. We strive every day to service those needs. We successfully bridge the gap between what the “big firms” offer and the advice, solutions, and programs that smaller businesses require.
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