Retired Partner, Anderson Kill PC
Phillip England specializes in alternative risk transfer services and captive insurance, and is one of the most respected experts in these areas in the United States. England has been
included in Captive Review Magazine’s Power 50 list of individuals and organizations that shape the world’s captive insurance industry. He also has extensive experience in federal income taxation, mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, partnerships, business and venture capital structuring, and public and private offerings. England has lectured nationally and internationally on various captive insurance issues and strategies, also working with the United States Internal Revenue Service on potential, expanded, uses of captive insurance arrangements dealing with corporate balance sheet liabilities. He has advised a number of jurisdictions with respect to oversight of captive insurance companies domiciled therein.
At UConn Law, England teaches Captive Insurance Law. His publications have appeared in Corporate Counsel Magazine, Captive Review, and Bloomberg’s Daily Tax Report.
England received his LLM in Taxation from New York University Graduate School Law, a JD from North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law, and his BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.