Tom Jones was quoted in the August 2005 issue of Captive & ART Review in an article about the hot legal issues likely to affect captives on both sides of the Atlantic. The U.S. Treasury's recent public opposition to the extension of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) in its current form has those risk managers and captive owners, who thought the deal was as good as sold, in a slight disarray. However, Mr. Jones thinks few captives will rest on that decision. "Few captives are totally exclusive to writing TRIA, because the government issued informal guidance saying they wouldn't allow gaming of the system. Only a handful of captives would disappear if TRIA isn't extended," Mr. Jones said.