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Vermont’s captive insurance industry releases 2021 licensing figures

Montpelier, Vt. – Forty-five new captive insurance companies were licensed this year in Vermont, making 2021 Vermont’s 4th highest year of growth in its 40-year history. Vermont is now home to 620 licensed captives, consisting of 589 active and 31 dormant captives. “Vermont continues to be a global leader in the captive industry and has…

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40 lessons learned in 40 years

Almost exactly one year ago today, we began our celebration of Vermont Captive’s 40th anniversary. Over the past year, we celebrated in a number of ways, from an anniversary timeline, highlighting Vermont Captive’s achievements since 1981, to multiple videos, interviewing and getting to know some of the key players in Vermont’s captive industry. It’s been an…

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40 Years as the Gold Standard

We’re more than pastoral landscapes and maple syrup. For over 40 years, we have been at the forefront of the captive insurance industry and we work diligently to set, and then raise, the bar. Please enjoy our short film highlighting the relationship, accomplishments and what it means to be part of the Vermont captive family.…

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Vermont Captive Spotlight Series

In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Vermont Captive is featuring a series throughout the year highlighting companies and people that service the captive insurance industry. Fresh out of college in the 80’s, Diane Leach began her career in the captive industry with American Risk Management (ARM). Later, in 1987, just 6 years after Vermont passed…

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