Captive insurance is a type of self-insurance that is available to most business owners, regardless of the size of their enterprise, that offers all the benefits of a fully self-funded insurance plan while providing additional incentives and a risk management framework.
A captive insurance company operates in a similar way to a traditional property and casualty insurance company. Find out how a captive insurance company works, according to captive manager Management Services International.
When Vermont lawmakers passed legislation in 1981 to allow captive insurance companies to be set up in the state, they did something unique for a US state: authorize a captive domicile that would compete with Bermuda and the Cayman Islands, the world's biggest domiciles. Now close to 3 dozen US states permit the formation of captives.
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.
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.