Supporting The Energy Industry Through Captive Insurance Programs
Captives continue to be a key part of energy companies’ risk management strategies. Data from our 2017 Global Risk Management Survey showed 40 per cent of energy sector respondents currently utilize captives while roughly 10 per cent expressed interest in forming an insurance vehicle within the next five years.
In this whitepaper we look at captive trends within the energy sector and answer some key questions including:
- Why do energy companies form captives?
- Is there value in having a captive as an energy company?
- How are energy captives structured?
To read the full paper and learn about captive trends within the energy sector, click the download button on this page and complete the short form.
For most companies, captives lie at the core of their risk management strategies and serve as an effective mechanism to control and finance their insurance programs and improve cost efficiency.
Top reasons companies form captives
Based on data from our 2017 Captive Benchmarking Report
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