Captive Management

2018: A Look Back at Captives and a Vision of Success

January 17, 2019

Michael Maglaras of Michael Maglaras & Company looks back at 2018 and discusses the reason why he thinks captives are still being formed and maintained in an environment very deeply affected by a continuing soft commercial market condition. Read More


Cyber Risk: A Devious Data Dilemma

January 14, 2019

Read the latest from Aaron Hillebrandt of Pinnacle Actuarial Resources, Inc., who discusses the "devious dilemma" of dealing with cyber-risk data reliability and the need to understand what the data represents. Read More


Musings on the State of Workers Compensation

January 2, 2019

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. Read More


The Cayman Islands as a Captive Domicile: An Introduction

December 5, 2018

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. Read More


Key Criteria for Selecting a Captive Claims TPA

November 15, 2018

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. Read More