Can a Captive Insurance Company Insure Employee Benefits?
Increasingly, organizations today utilize some form of captive insurance to fund the costs of employee benefits such as medical and life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment, long-term disability, and retirement. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of funding benefits through a captive insurance company. Read More
How To Set Up a Captive Insurance Company: A 5-Step Primer
How do you set up a captive insurance company? Find out the key steps necessary to successfully establish a captive insurance company on Captive.com. Read More
Captive Compliance 101: A Checklist for Maintaining a Healthy Captive
Making sure that your captive insurance company is bulletproof begins with verifying it is set up for the right reasons. This article discusses areas that an active captive insurance company should review frequently to remain compliant and in good shape. Read the latest from Management Services International. Read More
What Is a Protected or Segregated Cell Captive?
Captive insurers fall into two main groups. Pure captives are 100 percent owned, directly or indirectly, by their insureds. Sponsored captives are owned and controlled by parties unrelated to the insured. Read on to learn about rental captives and protected cell captives. Read More
What Are the Key Elements of a Captive Feasibility Study?
What is a captive feasibility study? A feasibility study is a study undertaken to determine whether a contemplated risk financing program is feasible for a particular organization or group of organizations. A study, or a proposal for a captive feasibility study, should always begin by stating its scope and purpose. Read More