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How to insure innovative industries was on this year’s Vermont Captive insurance conference agenda.
For hands-on employers, there are myriad benefits to self-insuring your workers’ compensation program.
Captives can cover risks excluded from conventional terrorism policies and the potential gap left by the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act.
Mid-size employers transitioning from fully insured health care plans are intrigued by stop-loss captives.
Before you part ways with your captive domicile, make sure your next partner has what you’re looking for.
Captives are emerging as a viable option for cyber coverage when the commercial marketplace lacks affordable options.
Captives offer customized solutions, but quantifying cyber risk is a challenge.
A $1 billion bridge rebuild is boosted by new surety claims and liquidity elements.
Potential legislation in Congress would allow risk retention groups to write property. Here are the arguments for and against.
Using captives for business interruption coverage is still rare but interest is growing.
They comprise fully one-quarter of all captives domiciled in Vermont.
The success of the captive industry in Vermont is the result of a rare, collaborative relationship between the public and private sectors.
A fully integrated captive brings risk management to the multiple arms of an organization.
Proposed changes in the law could ‘kill the small captive industry entirely.’
Buoyed by few catastrophes in 2014, insurers and investors are increasingly turning to alternative products.
Risk financing techniques may offer benefits to companies dealing with environmental liabilities.
The mutual brings more affordable coverage and comprehensive risk management to a group of technical colleges.
The captive’s health care parent has a long history in alternative risk transfer.
These five domicile stars can help risk managers learn about forming a captive in Vermont.
A softening market worries reinsurers, but they remain optimistic about growth.
The industry makes a distinction between legitimate and illegitimate uses.