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Alan Fleming

Mr. Fleming is a nonexecutive director of the Medical and Dental Defense Union of Scotland, CS Healthcare Ltd., and two captive insurance companies in Guernsey—one of which is Diageo. He also leads the Airmic Captive Special Interest Group.

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Mr. Fleming started his career in 1964 with British Engine Insurance Company and in 1966 moved to Imperial Chemical Industries, where he was ultimately responsible for its global insurance programs and gained 29 years' experience in captive insurance and reinsurance. In 1993 he was appointed to Airmic as executive director and also served on the Court of Governors of the Institute of Risk Management.

He was heavily involved in the formation of Pool Re to address terrorism issues. He was head of risk management for Guinness PLC in 1995 and in 1997 was director of global risk management for Diageo. Mr. Fleming joined Railtrack Ltd. in 1999 as head of insurance and risk management and also from 2000 to 2001 served as chairman of Airmic. He was appointed a strategic account manager at Aon in November 2001 and joined the Guernsey Financial Services Commission as director of insurance regulation on November 1, 2003, where he served until December 2006. Mr. Fleming was appointed interim CEO of AIRMIC on July 1, 2007, where he served until January 2008.

He is currently a nonexecutive director of the Medical and Dental Defense Union of Scotland, CS Healthcare Ltd., and two captive insurance companies in Guernsey—one of which is Diageo. He also leads the Airmic Captive Special Interest Group.


  • How To Assure You Are Optimizing Use of Your Captive

     
    Captive Operation and Services | Alan Fleming | Chairman | Airmic

    Alan Fleming of Airmic offers tips for optimization of a captive insurance company that include attending conferences for sharing ideas with others in the same situation and for getting input from professionals in the field, using multiple branches of a company to manage multiple insurance angles, involving the board of directors directly in the captive insurance company’s business, and avoiding conflicts with human resources where employee benefits are concerned.



  • Captives Benefit Enterprise Risk Management

     
    Captive Uses, Trends & Innovations | Alan Fleming | Chairman | Airmic

    Alan Fleming of Airmic discusses some of the benefits of using captive insurance companies, particularly from the point of view of the enterprise risk management approach. Among others, those benefits include the captive insurance company’s proclivity for having or obtaining a wealth of useful information and connections, as well as the cost-reducing benefits of transferring risks such as employers liability outside of the regular insurance industry and being uniquely placed to benefit a company in times of disaster.



  • United States versus Europe Captive Use Compared

     
    International Perspectives & Issues | Alan Fleming | Chairman | Airmic | World captive Forum 2015

    In this video, Alan Fleming of Airmic describes some of the differences between the insurance industry in Europe as opposed to the United States, including the fact that group captive insurance companies are far more heavily used in the United States, although some European countries are increasingly implementing captive insurance companies for employee benefits purposes.