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DCIA's Teichman: Delaware Bill Would Allow Captives to Sit Dormant

Michael Teichman, an attorney and chairman of the Delaware Captive Insurance Association's legislative committee, said a state bill would allow captive sponsors to shelve their captives when not active.
September 22, 2016

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