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From the 2016 May Risk Retention Reporter

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Risk Retention Groups Move Captives Onshore in Ongoing Trend

Several risk retention groups have recently moved their offshore captives to onshore domiciles or merged them into the RRG, a trend that regulators say is due to numerous factors that may make this kind of decision increasingly more attractive....

United Educators: Cool Heads, Warm Hearts

Janice M. Abraham has been the president and chief executive officer of United Educators Insurance, a Reciprocal Risk Retention Group (UE) since 1998 – but she’s been working with the company far longer, as an insured....

PG Premium Reverses Course, Down 12.3% in 2015

After strong growth in 2014, PG premium took a significant dip in 2015 falling by 12.3% to $1,414.4M. This decline takes PG premium to its lowest level in over a decade. This decline is largely attributable to a number of carriers dropping out of the PG space altogether, with number of carriers reporting PG premium falling to 98 from 114 in 2014....

Special Feature: 30 Years of the LRRA in the Courts

This month’s special feature is the second in a series looking back on the 30 years that have passed since the Liability Risk Retention Act was enacted by Congress. For this feature the Risk Retention Reporter had a conversation with Joe Deems, executive director at the National Risk Retention Association, and Michael Kadish, senior partner at the Kadish Law Group, on the legal cases that have shaped legal interpretation of the LRRA....

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RRGs & PGs

As of April 2016
235 RRGs
958 PGs