A company’s chief risk officer has many roles but the right technological support can drive the risk conversation at board level and help make the role invaluable, argues Elaine Barclay of InsuBiz.
Electronic and interactive oversight over the claims handling function can reap considerable rewards for captives. Gary R Markham of LSG talked us through the benefits.
Gary R Markham of LSG tells Cayman Captive why e-bidding will put captives back in control of their outsourced professional services.
Information technology is playing an increasingly prominent role in helping captives understand, manage and strengthen their claims and litigation process. Gary R Markham of LSG discusses the role IT is playing.
Choosing whether to keep claims management in house can be a complicated business for a captive insurer. Bermuda Captive examines the options available.
Claims handling best practice is a matter of education and centralisation. Gary Markham, chief executive at LSG, outlines the benefits of shared wisdom.
Driven in part by legislation, more companies are considering using a captive to better manage their exposures. US Captive spoke with Gregory Fanoe on how to gain tangible strategic benefits from the decision.
Following developments on the implementation of the European Liability Directive, Pierre Sonigo explores its implications for captives and operators in the region.
Alan Fleming of the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers in Industry and Commerce (AIRMIC) addresses the key risk management concerns faced by today’s captive industry.
AM Best details how, despite the soft cycle, captive insurance entities have outperformed the commercial sector across a host of parameters.