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Cayman captive Alpha Re goes into liquidation after $127M arbitration award

February 07, 2018 by David Marchant

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Unable to satisfy a $127 million arbitration award in New York, Cayman Islands-domiciled captive Alpha Re Limited, whose COO is Bermuda-based Gregory Tolaram, has gone into liquidation.

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