Guide to Captives and Alternative Risk Financing
The only practical guide to captives and other alternative risk-financing techniques, this hands-on, how-to resource will give you the tools and techniques you need to decide when, where, why, and how to use captives and other alternative risk-financing techniques.
Master the What, Why, When and When Not of Captives
Through exclusive, expert analysis and an extensive use of in-depth case studies to illustrate real-world situations and applications, Guide to Captives and Alternative Risk Financing provides a practical guide to captives and other risk-financing techniques. For new professionals or those dealing with captives & alternative risk on a limited basis, it is essential learning. For more experienced professionals, it will provide essential information on established options and an entree to the latest concepts. It fully explains:
» What a captive is
» Why it is used
» How it is created
» Where it is created
» When you should use a captive
» When you should not use one
Guide to Captives and Alternative Risk Financing also employs charts and graphs to illustrate various risk-financing techniques and highlight their value. Case studies are designed to help you identify situations in which captives or other alternative risk-financing techniques will be useful.
This brand-new resource is ideal for all organizations utilizing captives, including:
» Closely Held For-Profit
» Publicly Held For-Profit
» Large Not-for-Profit
» Large Multinational Companies and Associations
CFOs, Treasurers, and anyone even tangentially involved in managing risk must have direct access to the information presented in this practical reference.
This resource is also absolutely necessary for all insurance-industry practitioners: agents, brokers, consultants, attorneys, and CPAs.
|Publication Date||June 10, 2013|
|Author||Donald Riggin, CPCU, ARM|