Captive Insurance Issues and Trends 2017
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Interested in forming a captive? This how-to article explores the 5 key steps every risk manager should undertake in creating a captive. While providing the basic elements, links within the article allow you to delve deeper into most of these steps.
Written by a practicing risk manager, this article outlines some of the potential advantages of embedding centralized loss control within a captive and how doing so can reduce the cost of risk.
There are numerous types of actuarial reports, and they can be as different as the actuaries who author them. This article gives guidance on which elements are required and which are a matter of style with the purpose of helping you to better understand actuarial reports.
While the need for ratings by traditional insurers is obvious, it is not so apparent for captives. This article explains why some captive insurance companies go through the credit rating process.
Gain a practical understanding of risk-based capital. What it is, how it is measured, how does ORSA fit in, and how does it impact your captive?
Many captive owners are being asked to consider writing cyber-liability coverage in their captives. The idea has been discussed at numerous captive conferences over the last several years. Additionally, there are dozens of articles available on captive vendor websites that explore the possibility. Reading these articles can lead many owners and board members to conclude that cyber-liability coverage is worthy of pursuing.
Here is a message that needs to be delivered to all those involved in advising, regulating, or legislating tax policy: captive insurance companies are genuine risk management organizations that add value to their owners.
The Arent Fox law firm’s Government Relations group hosted a seminar on “What to Expect from Our New President & Congress” last week. Captive.com Editor Dan Labrie attended the panel discussions focused on three topics: Infrastructure, the Economy and the Likelihood and Nature of Comprehensive Tax Reform, and the Future of Obama Care and Health Care.