Does Captive Insurance Make Sense for Your Business
June 07, 2018
In evaluating whether captive insurance makes sense for your business, Stewart Feldman, CEO of Capstone Associated Services, says that attention should focus on the risk management issues and the business exposures. While there are tax benefits associated with captives, the evaluation process should concentrate on the risk exposures for the particular business at hand. Whether a captive makes sense for a business usually requires an inquiry into whether the commercial insurance policies are doing an adequate job in covering the business's risks. This needs to be discovered through a feasibility study to look at the nuances of the particular business.
There is often a misconception in the marketplace regarding captive insurance. Captives are not generally replacing commercial policies but rather are providing supplemental insurance for which conventional markets just don't do a good job of providing coverages that are economical. This is where the captive shines.
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June 07, 2018