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John Alberici is chairman of the board for Alberici Corporation, a diversified North American construction company. John’s responsibility is to ensure the long-term viability of all Alberici enterprises and to increase the company's value for shareholders, employees, clients, and other stakeholders. Alberici Corporation owns three single-parent captives used for various strategic and tactical purposes.

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John Alberici is chairman of the board for Alberici Corporation, a diversified North American construction company. John’s responsibility is to ensure the long-term viability of all Alberici enterprises and to increase the company's value for shareholders, employees, clients, and other stakeholders. Alberici Corporation owns three single-parent captives used for various strategic and tactical purposes.

A Life Director of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), John is past chairman and an active member of the AGC's Surety and Risk Management Committees. He has served on Strategic Planning Task Groups at the local and national level of the AGC and he is past president of the AGC of St. Louis. He is also past chairman of the Vermont Captive Insurance Association.


  • Captive Ownership Increases Risk Management Awareness

     
    Captive Uses, Trends & Innovations | John Alberici | Chairman | Alberici Corporation 

    Captive insurance ownership can often lead to a fundamentally different mindset for managers and executives in a business. As John S. Alberici, of Alberici Corporation, discusses in this video, having more of a company’s own capital at risk can result in an increased focus on safety and cost control.



  • Facilitating Enterprise Risk Management with Captives

     
    Captive Uses, Trends & Innovations | John Alberici | Chairman | Alberici Corporation 

    John S. Alberici, of Alberici Corporation, discusses how exposures addressed by enterprise risk management can be compatible with a captive insurance approach. As he elaborates on in this video, a long-term focus—rather than a short-term or, in the case of a contractor, project focus—is key to this strategy.



  • Domiciling Captives in Home States To Manage Premium Taxes

     
    Captive Tax Issues | John Alberici | Chairman | Alberici Corporation

    John S. Alberici, of Alberici Corporation, discusses how ambiguities in legislation and premium taxation issues can be addressed by domiciling a captive insurer in a company’s home state. As states become more aggressive in pursuing premium taxes, this approach can prove to be beneficial.



  • Strategy of Using Multiple Captives

     
    Captive Uses, Trends & Innovations | John Alberici | Chairman | Alberici Corporation 

    Tax deductions and types of coverage are both factors that come into play when determining a successful strategy for the use of multiple captive insurers. In addition to discussing these factors, John S. Alberici, of Alberici Corporation, makes a distinction between strategic and tactical coverages and considers how to handle exposures from a frequency and severity standpoint.



  • Advantages of Domiciling Your Captive in Your Home State

     
    Captive Uses, Trends & Innovations | John Alberici | Chairman | Alberici Corporation 

    Cost is not the only consideration when deciding where to domicile a captive insurer, as John S. Alberici, of Alberici Corporation, discusses in this video. While domiciling in a company’s home state will save many costs associated with an offshore or more distant domestic domicile, additional factors should be considered as well. For example, the state’s commitment to captive insurance programs, as well as the sufficient availability of specialized personnel for the program’s administration, can prove to be equally important factors.