Key Components of a Captive Feasibility Study

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. Read More

Is Captive Insurance Right for Your Business

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. Read More

Investing for Captive Insurance Companies

Investing for a captive insurance company revolves around the level of risk the captive is willing to take, according to Stephen Nedwicki of Comerica Bank. Read More

"Insurance Risk" as a Tax-Deductibility Requirement

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. Read More

Insights into the Avrahami and Feedback Decision

The US Tax Court decided two cases, Avrahami v. Commissioner and Feedback v. Commissioner, and the formation and operation of a captive insurer. Read More