Single-parent and group captives have played a large role in allowing employers to self-insure their workers compensation risks. We look at new reports on InsurTech and medical costs as we gauge whether the positive pricing trends are likely to continue.
A growing company needs to reduce the risk of turnover and increase the return on investment in its human capital. This can be accomplished by forming a plan for hiring decisions that aligns each candidate with the job opening.
The Atlas Insurance Management team gives a first-hand view of the Cayman Islands experience as participants in the second-largest captive insurance jurisdiction in the world and a high-growth business environment, not just for captive insurance but for the whole universe of financial services, including large insurers.
The claims handling function is a critical requirement for all captive insurers. The decision to outsource this operation to a third-party administrator (TPA) requires significant due diligence. We explore some of the key criteria to consider in selecting the right claims handling TPA firm.
In the insurance industry, many of the practical details surrounding merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions are based on reasonably sound approaches with sufficient supporting data where advisers can estimate the value of a target entity. What is challenging to quantify is the impact a cyber event may have on a target's value.
We take a look at some key concepts and reinsurance contract clauses that can help minimize the likelihood of a disagreement with your reinsurers. And, should these disagreements arise, the concepts and contract wording can provide additional protection to a captive insurance company.
Captive.com recently caught up with a few members of Wilmington Trust's collateral team to find out about their expertise with collateral trusts and how it relates to the team's involvement in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market. Read on to find out about the ILS market and ILS collateral.
Risk Retention Group (RRG) comprise only 3 percent of the roughly 7,000 captive insurers now operating. This relatively small number of RRGs hides the importance of this segment of the captive industry. Many RRGs are a vital source of coverage for hundreds-even thousands-of their policyholder-owners.