The Basics of Captives

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

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Recording Date: Wednesday June 13, 2018


This primer on captive insurance will provide you with essential information to understand the use of captives, including the what, when and how of captives. The webinar will answer key questions about the basics of captives including:

  • What is a captive?
  • Why form a captive?
  • How to form a captive?
  • Where to form a captive? and
  • What makes a captive successful?

The webinar will include practical examples of the use of captives. At the end of the session, attendees should be able to identify situations that would be suitable for a captive solution. This webinar is for anyone considering a captive or looking to expand their knowledge of captives. For those familiar with captives this is a good refresher on the fundamentals of setting up and managing a successful captive.


Andrew Marson, Director, Strategic Risk Solutions (West). Andrew manages a portfolio of single parent and group captive insurance companies in our western US region and oversees the firm’s activities in Texas, Oklahoma and Missouri. He also chairs SRS’s energy industry practice group. Andrew has been in the captive insurance industry for over 12 years and has worked in US and Cayman domiciles.

Jonathan Stark, Consultant, Strategic Risk Solutions. Jonathan provides feasibility consulting, financial analysis and strategic reviews for single parent, cell and group captive programs.  Prior to joining SRS, Jonathan was the Lead Senior Captive Financial Analyst in the Captive Insurance Companies Division of the North Carolina Department of Insurance. 

Derick White, Managing Director, Strategic Risk Solutions will act as moderator. Derick leads the firm’s Governance, Risk & Compliance practice and was formerly the Director of Captive Insurance for the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation.

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