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AM Best: Rated Captives in Cayman, Bermuda Outperform US Commercial Market

AM Best rated captives domiciled in Cayman, Bermuda and Barbados consistently post operating and combined ratios 20 points lower than the US commercial insurance market, said Susan Molineux, director, AM Best.

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