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.
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.
As touched on in the video "Tax-Deductibility of Captive Insurance Premiums," P. Bruce Wright of Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP expands on what qualifies as a true insurance risk for regulatory and tax-deduction purposes. One of the most important factors is determining if there is an insurable interest.