A Captive World

Molnar, Bruce
August 2008
Risk Management (00355593);Aug2008, Vol. 55 Issue 8, p20
Trade Publication
The author suggests standards by which a company can assess whether a captive, or privately held, insurance company is an appropriate business venture for it to pursue. He states that overall risk must be assessed, and recommends starting by examining the property and casualty insurance policies that the business holds.


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