The ever-expanding universe of captive domiciles has prompted two global brokers to open captive offices in new locations poised for growth–Aon in Hong Kong and Willis in Sweden.

Aon opened its Hong Kong office as a location to base captive insurance operations that can take advantage of the flow of commerce toward China.

Stephen Cross, chief executive officer of Aon Captive Services Group, told National Underwriter from Dublin, Ireland, that business going into China and privatization of some industrial groups has created an "interesting market. We believe we're getting in on the ground floor level."

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