CFO Edge Logo
  Home > Resources > Captive Insurance Company Article  
     
 

The Benefits of Forming a Captive Insurance Company

 
  John W. Braine, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC  
   
  Open as PDF Open the entire article as a downloadable PDF (No form completion is requested.)  
     
  Article Summary  
The benefits of forming a captive insurance company can include tax advantages, lower premiums, and improved risk management.

Challenges presented by current insurance offerings include coverage gaps, exclusions and uncontrolled premium changes.

Companies who form, own and control their own captive insurance company establish a licensed insurance company for themselves.

Types of insurance a company’s captive insurance company may provide include health, umbrella, liability and directors and officers insurance.

Greater Los Angeles and Southern California executives who are interested in learning more about a captive insurance company can benefit from talking with a provider of outsourced CFO services.

A former enterprise CFO brings both client-side and services-side expertise to help you determine if your company meets required criteria, as well work with you to weigh the advantages and drawbacks of setting up your own captive insurance company.

  Open as PDF Open the entire article as a downloadable PDF (No form completion is requested.)  
     
Subscribe to CFO Inside Edge

Our monthly newsletter delivers first notice of new white papers and articles plus remarks on performance challenges and solutions. View past issues and subscribe.

 
 
 
CFO or Controller: What's Right for Your Business?
White Paper
CFO or
Controller:
What's Right
for Your
Business?
Outsourced CFO Services
White Paper
Outsourced
CFO Services
Performance Measurement
White Paper
Performance Measurement
Strategic Planning & Forecasting
Brief
Year-End Strategic Planning & Forecasting
Planning a Business Exit White Paper
White Paper
Planning a
Business Exit
 
CFO Edge Blog CFO Edge on Twitter CFO Edge on LinkedIn
 
Intuit Certifications