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Analytics for Non-traditional Captive Risks

After attending the Fall 2015 Hawaii Captive Insurance Council meeting and the Spring 2016 CICA captive meeting, I became increasingly aware of the continued trend of placing non-traditional1 risks in captives. At SIGMA, we are seeing a growing number of captives formed with a sole focus on non-traditional risks. We are also noticing a large […]

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SIGMA’s Collateral Survey Results

In the last quarter of 2013, SIGMA Actuarial Consulting Group invited a group of insurance brokers, risk management consultants, and risk management staff of self-funded concerns to participate in a survey regarding collateral. This survey was similar to the ones conducted by SIGMA in 2009 through 2012. The goal of the survey was to assess, […]

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Surplus Policy for Risk Bearing Entities

This blog post addresses the issues of capital adequacy and surplus policy for specialized risk bearing entities (RBE). These can include captive insurance companies, public entity pools, and qualified self insurance plans. The term Surplus is not common among all RBEs. The excess of assets over liabilities is sometimes called Member Equity. The terms Fund […]

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Approaching a Prospect that has a Large Deductible Workers Compensation Policy

I am fortunate to have the opportunity to meet with Powered by SIGMA brokers on a weekly basis as I travel around the country.  My goal is always to make sure I understand the challenges facing PBS brokers and how SIGMA and the PBS resources might best support our PBS members. Topics that are discussed […]

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Special Blog: California Actuarial Requirements

Recent changes in the state of California have prompted us to issue a year-end special blog to all RiskMangementBlog.com subscribers.  This information is critical to brokers and their clients that work in or have operations in the state of California. Effective January 1, 2013, actuarial reports will be a required component of each private self-insurer […]

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Planning for the Variability of Future Losses

Decisions about risk financing are often made using one assumption about the retained losses, or at best, using a range of claims.  Claims costs for future periods are a forecast that will vary to some degree. The amount of that variation is measured by estimating the confidence interval based on the probability distribution calculated from […]

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