Calling all captive professionals: are you up to speed on Brexit, BEPS and Solvency 2?

Airmic and Captive Review announce specialist half-day workshop

Airmic's captive Special Interest Group and publication Captive Review are joining forces to host a half-day workshop for captive professionals.

Register here

Success for Airmic members at European and UK Captive Awards!

Congratulations to Airmic members Phil Clark, director of insurance at Vodafone Group, and Angela Ianetta of British American Tobacco, for winning accolades at last month's European and UK Captive Awards 2017.

Mr Clark won Captive Professional of the Year, and Ms Ianetta's team won Captive Owner Initiative.

 All Airmic members with an interest in captives are welcome. The event will take place at Ironmongers Hall, London, at 2.30pm - 6pm, 21 November. The event will include debates and presentations on the pressing captive issues of the day, including the impact of Brexit, the potential risk of international tax changes (BEPS) and Solvency 2.

The full programme is here. and includes panel discussions on:

  • Brexit: what relevance to captives and international programmes? 
    Moderator: Suzy Awford, head of regulatory & government affairs EMEA, AIG
  • BEPS status check: are captives in danger?
    Moderator: Julia Graham, technical director, Airmic
  • Regulatory arbitrage: Solvency II's Principle of Proportionality in practice
    Moderator: Richard Cutcher, editor, Captive Review
    John Morrey, managing director, Builders Re
    Phil Clark, director of insurance, Vodafone

To find out more about Airmic's captive Special Interest Group, email georgina.wainwright​@airmic.com