Captive Insurance

Since the Hawaii captive law was enacted in 1987, there has been a steady increase in the number of new companies incorporated in Hawaii for the sole purpose of securing a captive insurance license from the Insurance Commissioner. Organizers include some of Hawaii’s largest employers, as well as, U.S. and foreign based regional and multinational companies from a diverse range of industries.

Did you know…  Hawaii captives had more than US $15.5 billion in combined assets in 2013.

Hawaii laws allow for the writing of all lines of casualty insurance, liability, marine and transportation, marine protection and indemnity, wet marine and transportation, property, surety, title, credit life and credit disability, or other lines that may be allowed by the Insurance Commissioner. Coverages can be provided by the captive on a direct or reinsured basis, or combination thereof.

PDF: Hawaii Captive Insurance Fact Sheet

PDF: 2014 Captive Recap

Articles: Best’s Review August 2014: Aloha Captive Insurers

Pacific Business News: Hawaii Ranks 4th in U.S., 11th Globally, for Captive Insurance Industry 

Captive Basics (English Version)
Captive Basics (Japanese Version)
Advanced Session (English Version)
Advanced Session (Japanese Version)

BestReviewAd2 Best’s Review interviews the leading captive domiciles to help simplify the complexities of setting up specialized insurance organizations.
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