Captive Feasibility Videos

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Common Myths about the Captive Insurance Industry

Jeremy Colombik, president of Management Services International, discusses common myths about the captive insurance industry: (1) all captives are tax shelters, (2) all captives are offshore, (3) captives do not provide additional coverages, (4) captives are not a good business decision, (5) only Fortune 500/1000 companies are good for captives.

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Is Captive Insurance Right for Your Business?

Do the benefits of forming a captive insurance company exceed the costs? Jeremy Colombik, president of Management Services International, says this boils down to educating the client of all the benefits that a captive insurance company may offer.

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Risk Management Made Profitable with a Captive Insurance Company

Jeremy Colombik, president of Management Services International, says that what makes risk management profitable comes down to understanding that whether a business purchases insurance or not, the risk remains. Businesses can make their commercial insurance policies more efficient with a high deductible policy that moves risk into a captive insurer.

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Stewart Feldman

Does Captive Insurance Make Sense for Your Business?

In evaluating whether captive insurance makes sense for your business, Stewart Feldman says that attention should focus on the risk management issues.

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Stewart Feldman

The Importance of an On-Site Captive Feasibility Study

Before forming a captive insurance company, organizations will do advanced planning and analysis through a captive feasibility study.

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Insurance Captives Crash and Burn for These Reasons

Steve McElhiney, president and CEO of EWI Reinsurance, explains that successful captive insurers are formed with a sufficient degree of risk focus along with a long-term economic focus and direction.

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Mike O'Neill

Use Consultants When Considering Captives

Joining a captive insurance company is a significant undertaking that requires careful consideration. In this video, Michael J. O'Neill of ACIG advises organizations to involve an unbiased and thorough professional captive insurance consultant when reviewing all elements of the captive insurance company under consideration.

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Hugh Rosenbaum

Why Captive Business Is the Best Business

Captive insurance pioneer Hugh Rosenbaum explains the rationale behind the slogan, "Captive Business Is the Best Business," which largely relates to the degree of underwriting control captive owners may exercise and recognizes the captive's service to its members/original insureds.

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Mark Sims

What Is the Process for Establishing a Captive Insurance Company?

Mark Sims of Captive Alternatives, LLC, explains the process for establishing a captive insurance company.

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Rob Walling

An Actuarial Perspective on Captive Feasibility

In investigating forming a captive, one of the first steps of the captive feasibility study process is to engage an actuary.

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Brady Young

Key Components of a Feasibility Study

Conducting a feasibility study is an important part of determining whether a company should form a captive insurance company or join an existing captive insurer. In this video, Brady Young of Strategic Risk Solutions describes the key factors that should be considered in a captive feasibility study.

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Captive Feasibility Studies: Common Mistakes

As discussed in the video "Key Components of a Feasibility Study" by Brady Young of Strategic Risk Solutions, conducting a feasibility study before forming a captive insurance company is essential. In this video, he outlines some of the most common mistakes captive owners make during feasibility studies.

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