May 30, 2017 (Atlanta) – Captive Alternatives (CapAlt), the Atlanta based risk management consultancy that pioneered the Protected Captive™, today announced its recognition as a 2017 Pacesetter by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Each year, leading companies vie for a spot on this prestigious slate of Atlanta’s fastest-growing companies and 2017 was the first time Captive Alternatives (CapAlt) was honored with inclusion.
Think Brand Protection does not apply to you? In a recent tsunami of brand flubs, several major corporations have illustrated how and why it is crucial to be vigilant about brand protection. PWC’s night at the Oscars blew up gloriously, Pepsi’s tone-deaf video about the power of fizzy water to heal social divisions, and United Airlines invention of a whole new idiom with the wonderful weasel word “re-accommodate” have all demonstrated what can go wrong.
2017 CapAlt Annual Meeting, Oct. 26-28Effective business management requires effective risk management. Get some new ideas for your captive, meet other owners and advisors and get the most value out of your captive insurance company.
Puerto Rico Reassures Insurance Market Over BankruptcyThe Puerto Rico International Insurers Association (PRIIA) has said the filing of Title III bankruptcy will not threaten the viability of its growing insurance industry. – Captive Review, May 19, 2017
Captive Alternatives Recommends This Interesting Article by Rob Walling of Pinnacle, Who Heads Our Actuarial Team:Common Ground with the IRS?
The captive industry has reacted with scorn to the IRS’ attitude towards the 831(b) tax election, but Robert Walling, of Pinnacle Actuarial Resources, asks if some common ground does exist. – Captive Review, April 20, 2017
Captive Alternatives Named One of Atlanta’s Fastest Growing CompaniesATLANTA, GA – May 30, 2017 – Captive Alternatives (CapAlt), the Atlanta based risk management consultancy that pioneered the Protected Captive™, today announced its recognition as a 2017 Pacesetter by the Atlanta Business Chronicle,
Legislation that would prohibit small employers from self-insuring their employee benefits programs has been proposed in Maine. The proposal, LD 608, would prohibit a stop-loss carrier from issuing a policy to a business fitting the statutory definition of a "small employer," 50 or fewer employees, in the state.
DALLAS, May 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – The Puerto Rico International Insurers Association (PRIIA) issued the following statement in response to the filing in the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico of a voluntary bankruptcy petition under Title III of the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA). Enacted by the United States Congress [...]
CapSure Accounting Offers Enterprise Quality Captive Accounting to Managers with up to 150 Captive Insurance Companies
May 9, 2017 (Atlanta) – CapSure Accounting, an outsourced, scalable accounting system designed to manage the financial reporting complexities of captive insurance companies, announced today the capacity to support captive managers with up to 150 companies or more. The system helps firms simultaneously satisfy complex, international and domestic regulations, treasury management requirements and standard accounting [...]