With continued reports of double-digit rate increases for some coverages, companies are looking to analytics to leverage their position with insurers and create new strategies for dealing with a hardening market, say Sigma’s Lori Ussery and Michelle Bradley.
As the lines between P&C and A&H coverages continue to blur, captives are gaining increased crossover relevance and are being used in more innovative ways. Phillip Giles, vice president, sales & marketing, accident & health, at QBE North America, has the details.
Melvin Findlay, a specialist with AXA XL’s Captives and Global Programs team based in London, shares his perspective on the opportunities the captive insurance industry offers to young people.
From high profile court cases to new regulations and M&A, 2018 has been an eventful year for the captive insurance industry—and 2019 could bring further changes. Nate Reznicek, director of operations at CIC Services, shares his views.
Cayman is continuing to establish itself as the leading jurisdiction on healthcare, but there are other growth areas to watch. Cayman Captive investigates.
When healthcare costs continue to rise, captives can provide customised transfer solutions that improve the financial management of many employer-sponsored health plans. Anne Marie Towle of JLT Insurance Management (USA) has the details.
A risk-reward model, strong risk management and member engagement are all key to the success of a medical stop loss group captive, as Joe Parrilli and Jim Merkel of Captive Resources explain to US Captive.
Against a backdrop of rising costs in the commercial health insurance market, companies across the US are increasingly looking to self-fund their employee health insurance plans through medical stop loss captives. US Captive finds out how much the sector is growing.
As medical costs continue to rise and regulatory uncertainties threaten the amount of control employers are able to maintain within more conventional insurance structures, interest in self-funding and medical stop loss captives will continue to grow, says Phillip Giles of QBE North America.
Medical polices within global captive programmes are becoming increasingly popular. Matthias Helmbold, head of technical and services at MAXIS GBN, has the details on market scalability and challenges in the healthcare and employee benefits captives marketplace.