Vermont ready to keep changing to uphold top U.S. domicile ranking

Parekh, Rupal
August 2007
Business Insurance;8/20/2007, Vol. 41 Issue 34, p4
The article offers observation on the efforts of the state of Vermont to establish its position as the country's largest captive domicile. To help retain existing captives and attract new ones, the state is committed to making changes to state captive laws to meet the changing needs of the captive industry. Vermont has revised a statute to allow for the formation of special purpose financial captive insurance companies.


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