Dan Towle reflects on his first year as president
of CICA, his outlook on the market and the
importance of continuing to fuel innovation in the
Hashing out the future
As the cannabis industry in the US continues to
grow, its insurance needs increase and it’s a prime
opportunity for captives to step in.
Medical stop loss captives on the rise
Companies across the US are increasingly looking
to self-fund their employee health insurance plans
through medical stop loss captives.
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.
The trials and tribulations of 831(b)s
How much has the landscape changed, and are
831(b)s still an attractive option for the middle market?
Avrahami and Reserve Mechanical:
a regulator’s perspective
The captives world is processing the implications
of two high-profile court cases involving captives.
John Talley of the Missouri Department of
Insurance gives his perspective.
Not so secret: agency captives
The encouragement of US domestic domiciles
through new legislation in recent years has brought
agency captives into greater focus.
US Captive 2018