Captive Insurance

A captive insurance company primarily insures the risks of its owners and sometimes related or affiliated firms and returns underwriting profit and investment income. These earnings would otherwise be retained by a traditional insurance carrier. Captives are insurers owned by the insured and organized for the main purpose of funding the owner's risks that actively participate in decisions influencing its underwriting, operations and investments. 

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