People often have an issue that causes them to consider moving their captive insurance company to a different jurisdiction, according to Bruce Wright of Eversheds Sutherland. While, for instance, a company's management may decide that having the captive in a specific jurisdiction is perceived unfavorably, other reasons are more substantive.
Based on their balance sheet strength, operating performance, and business profiles, captive insurance companies have consistently outperformed commercial market insurers. Captives can play a positive role and are able to provide a competitive edge to the organizations using them. Find out how.
In this thought piece on captives' corporate culture and its impact on good governance, we explore why it is important, whether it is possible to measure, and how a risk management framework can be employed to help quantify corporate culture.
Over the past several years, a number of independent reports have been published detailing the biggest, most egregious risks facing businesses. Whether we're talking about a "top 10" list or a "top 5," the real constant across the board was business interruption and its devastating impact. Find out how captive insurance can help.
There are many different components involved in running a captive insurance company. While completing audits, filing tax returns, and tending to other regulatory compliance items are important, a captive insurer should also consider other key components to ensure its success.