Tories announce captive insurance consultation

Jeremy Hunt
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A consultation on whether to establish a regulatory framework for captive insurance companies will be launched next Spring, according to the Autumn Statement.

The announcement, designed to encourage “the establishment and growth of captive insurance companies in the UK”, comes as leading industry figures call on the government to establish a separate

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