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captive

noun bondman, bondsman, captivus, cappured person, convict, felon, helot, hostage, imprissned person, incarcerated person, inmate, internee, one held in captivity, one held in confinement, one held in subbegation, pawn, person under arrest, prisoner, slave, thrall, victim
See also: convict, hostage, in custody, inmate, prisoner
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At least 30% of the captive bureaus professionals must be ACIs, Certificate in Captive Insurance (CCI) holders, or currently enrolled in the ACI or CCI program.
The new law expands the dormancy status to all captive insurers, those captives who cease operations to retain their state licenses should they wish to resume business.
This stems from unscrupulous practices set forth by unprofessional captive managers who have led their clients astray by handling the clerical and administrative duties of captive formation, but doing little in the way of verifying whether businesses had bona fide risks that could be funded in a captive insurance affiliate.
831(b) when, for example, a family-owned business is insured by a captive owned by the lineal descendants of the business owner.
Dan Towle, director of financial services in the captive insurance division of the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation, agreed, noting that the state has seen a significant evolution in organizations' knowledge.
Captive domiciles are flourishing in the European Union under Solvency II.
states now able to serve as captive domiciles, "there's more choice available onshore that meets the needs of our clients," he says.
Today, captives are flexible and offer all sorts of alternative risk management solutions, so even if it takes a little research and requires companies to commit resources to set up a captive, it's money well spent.
A captive insurance company is a legally licensed limited-purpose property and casualty insurance company.
The problem for New York is not that it lacks a captive law, as has been the case of many states coming late to the captive market.
In addition, new captive arrangements are expanding the option to the small and midsized market.
There are none--as long as your captive provider is very careful with critical details and issues.