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Captive Insurance Company Reports

Edited by: Michael R. MeadBonnie Rogers, ARM
Captive Insurance Company Reports

The cost of IRMI application products depends on the size of your organization. The size ranges are as follows.

  • 1-9 Employees
  • 10-30 Employees
  • 31-60 Employees
  • 60+ Employees - Contact us for a quote!

To subscribe to an IRMI product, you can purchase either a single-seat license for an individual, or an unlimited group license for everyone in your organization. The cost depends on whether your firm qualifies as a "Small Business" or a "Large Business" under the definitions in the following table.

Item Individual Small Business Large Business
Users 1 Unlimited Unlimited
Agency/Brokerage Any size Under $10M Revenue $10M+ Revenue
Insurance Company Any size Under $100M Premium $100M+ Premium
Law Firm Any Size Under 10 coverage Lawyers 10+ Coverage Lawyers
Risk Mgmt. Dept. Any Size Any Size N/A
Other Organization Any Size Under 100 Employees 100+ Employees

There are two payment plan options for buying an IRMI subscription product.

  1. Monthly: The full annual cost is broken out over 12 monthly payments that are billed to your credit card each month.
  2. Annual: Get 5% off the annual cost of the 12 month subscription, and the reduced amount is billed to your credit card once per year.

Captive Insurance Company Reports

Product type: 1 Year Subscription

Publication Date(s): 1977-2016; back issues available after 1998

Publication Schedule: Monthly

Part of: Risk and Insurance Package

Discount: Prices shown include a 5% discount for choosing the annual payments option


Summary

Written in association with the consultants of the Tillinghast business of Towers Perrin, this is the first and most popular periodical to focus on the alternative market.

Since 1977, Captive Insurance Company Reports (CICR) has been the first and most respected independent periodical to focus on this alternative market. With a straightforward and concise writing style (advertising is noticeably absent), CICR educates captive practitioners on diverse captive topics such as fronting and reinsurance, collateral pressures and options, tax, legal matters and claims, domicile challenges and issues, regulatory developments, actuarial and accounting topics, corporate governance, captive management practices, investments, and a myriad of statistics including captive counts, commercial market financials, and various surveys on diverse topics. CICR is packed with important news, commentary on trends and developments, and actionable recommendations for optimizing the benefits and performance of captive ownership or participation.

Captive Insurance Company Reports covers these topics.

  • Articles for a broad range of captive practitioners, from novice to expert
  • Reports on new and existing captive domiciles
  • Reinsurance and fronting conditions and developments
  • Trends in tax regulations, legislation, and enforcement developments
  • Employee benefits captive solutions
  • Summaries of the proceedings from captive conference and seminars
  • Captive management
  • Investment strategies and tactics 

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Captive Managers, Agents, Brokers and Account Support Staff

  • Seize opportunities in the captive alternative market by keeping up with developments and trends in fronting, reinsurance, tax, accounting and actuarial, regulatory oversight, and captive management best practices.
  • Use as independent, un-biased support for your recommendations and opinions.
  • Reinforce client confidence that you are staying on top of the alternative risk transfer (ART) market.
  • Keep up with what's going on in the captive domiciles and industry.
  • Online access gives you monthly issues and years of past reports (archives date from 1988) to help you answer nearly any captive question that might come up.

Captive Owners, Risk Managers, Financial Executives & Insurance Buyers

  • Stay up-to-date on developments and trends in fronting, reinsurance, tax, and regulatory oversight as they affect captives.
  • Keep up with what's going on in the captive domiciles.
  • Get ideas for maximizing the benefits of owning a captive.
  • Know what questions to ask of your captive manager, broker, fronting company, claims advisor, investment counselor, actuary, and other captive service providers.
  • Online access gives you monthly issues and years of past reports (since 1988) to help you answer nearly any captive question that might come up.

Underwriters

  • Detailed summaries help you understand the topics important to you, such as reinsurance and fronting conditions and their effects on captives.
  • Online access gives you monthly issues and years of past reports to help you answer nearly any captive question that might come up.

Attorneys

  • Stay up-to-date on developments and trends in reinsurance, tax, and regulatory oversight as they affect captives.
  • Get reports from experts on recent captive tax law regulations and case law, corporate governance, directors and officers liability, and claim oversight issues.
  • Follow other matters that affect your captive clients.
  • Online access gives you monthly issues and years of past reports (since 1988) to help you answer nearly any captive question that might come up.

Consultants and other advisors

  • Stay up-to-date on developments and trends in reinsurance, tax, regulatory oversight, and investment strategies as they affect captives.
  • Keep up with what's going on in the captive domiciles.
  • Get ideas for maximizing the benefits of owning or participating in a captive.
  • Know what questions to ask of captive managers, brokers, fronting company, reinsurers, actuaries, accountants, attorneys and other advisors and service providers.
  • Online access gives you monthly issues and years of past reports (since 1988) to help you answer nearly any captive question that might come up.
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    Your purchase of Captive Insurance Company Reports comes with a copy of the Contractor's Guide to OCIPs - a handy reference that provides guidance on 39 issues contractors should consider when accepting coverage through a wrap-up or controlled insurance program. This publication was prepared by the OCIP Task Force of the AGC of America.

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