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How Does Captive Insurance Work?

Companies considering establishing a captive insurance company often wonder “how does captive insurance work?” If your business is used to using traditional insurance markets and channels to meet its insurance coverage needs, it can be daunting to think of handling all of that through your own insurance company instead. In this blog post, we’ll try  … Read more

How to Handle an Insurance Review

When you establish a captive insurance program for your business through Venture Captive Management, you should be aware that we arrange for annual insurance audits for our clients. At Venture Captive Management, we see these annual reviews as part of our management and fiduciary responsibilities. Understanding the “why” behind the annual audit process and knowing what to  … Read more

Why You Need Captive Insurance Investment Management

Your business has insurance needs. Unfortunately, all too often, those insurance needs either cannot be met through traditional insurance channels, or purchasing insurance on the “regular” market is cost-prohibitive. That’s where creating – and using – a captive insurance program can help. Using a captive insurance investment management program can do more than just meet  … Read more

In Depth Captive Insurance Management from Venture Captive

Choosing a captive insurance management program can be a smart move, providing the valuable coverage your organization needs while creating a profit center for your company. Venture Captive Management provides in-depth captive insurance solutions designed to meet each client’s specific needs. High-Quality Captive Insurance Management Services For more than half a century, successful Fortune 500  … Read more

Understanding the Different Types of Captive Insurance Programs

Establishing a captive insurance program can help your company keep costs in check, give you control over key elements of your insurance program and create return on invested capital. If you are considering using a captive insurance structure for your business, you will need to determine which of the three types of captive insurance programs makes  … Read more

Captive Insurance Programs for Medical Professionals

There is no question that health care and medical professionals in private practice need insurance protection, both for the business itself and for employees. Creating a captive insurance program for medical professionals allows you to create your own insurance agency to provide coverage for common needs including health benefits, property insurance, worker’s compensation, general liability  … Read more

Captive Insurance Management for the Non-Profit Industry

Captive insurance management, whereby a business establishes its own insurance company to self-insure against business risks, can allow organizations to avoid the often volatile pricing that can come when purchasing and relying on traditional solutions available through commercial insurance companies. Many types of businesses across industries can benefit from captive insurance programs, including non-profit organizations  … Read more

Private Equity & Captive Insurance

Private Equity Groups & Captive Insurance   Private equity groups are famously clever when it comes to creating valuable businesses. We know of a private equity group that was unhappy with its total maintenance, repair, and operations spend and it decided to form a new company designed to pool all of the companies in the  … Read more

Fair Market Value, Exit Plans, and Captives

Fair Market Value, Exit Plans, and Captives Exit plans are endemic to entrepreneurship. Everyone who founds a new company has a plan (realistic or not) of whom to market the company to when the time is right to sell. Marketing a business is tough work, especially given that there are literally millions of profitable businesses  … Read more

Fronting Arrangements: A Necessary Headache

Fronting Arrangements: A Necessary Headache Just about any captive involved with controlled lines will end up dealing with fronting arrangements. Controlled lines are lines of insurance that are regulated by the state. The most common examples include workers compensation, healthcare benefits, and automobile insurance. The necessity of the fronting arrangement arises out of the need  … Read more