Increasingly, organizations today utilize some form of captive insurance to fund the costs of employee benefits such as medical and life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment, long-term disability, and retirement. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of funding benefits through a captive insurance company.
Traditional interviews when recruiting new employees leave companies susceptible to blind spots because they rely on hypothetical or subjective opinions. This creates the risk of hiring the wrong candidate. However, a behavioral interview will unlock reliable and measurable information about each candidate in order to hire the best fit.
Captive insurance companies should be in a continual process of evaluation, and captive owners should continually be reviewing and evaluating their captive program's exposures, coverages, and limits of liability to determine how these impact the capital in their captive, according to captive experts.
How do you set up a captive insurance company? Find out the key steps necessary to successfully establish a captive insurance company on Captive.com.
For the fifth consecutive year, abusive micro-captive insurance companies found their way to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) annual "Dirty Dozen" listing. Where last year's listing told taxpayers to be wary, the IRS uses a more aggressive tone in the 2019 listing.
Kevin Doherty of Dickinson Wright PLC says that the captive industry is full of innovators and captives are continuously innovating. According to Mr. Doherty, some of the more interesting concepts that have emerged involve the use of cell structures.
Making sure that your captive insurance company is bulletproof begins with verifying it is set up for the right reasons. This article discusses areas that an active captive insurance company should review frequently to remain compliant and in good shape. Read the latest from Management Services International.
A new white paper by Milliman discusses the development of an actuarial technique involving the use of individual claims data to build loss reserve models. We offer commentary on this new technology and why it should be of interest to captive insurers and their board members.