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Published: 03/02/2015 in Risk Management
Actuaries talking to actuaries can be the quickest, most efficient way to get to the bottom of the differences between collateral estimates.
Published: 05/20/2014 in Captives / Self-Insurance
Learn more about applying predictive analytics to the often-complicated claims process and how insurers can identify areas of concern and examine every step of the claims process, allowing insurers to better serve their customers.
Published: 11/01/2010 in Captives / Self-Insurance
Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies (BHHC) is a group of six regional insurance carriers. In this case study, Terry McKelvey, vice president of IT in the workers’ comp division of BHHC, discusses the benefits her company experienced after implemen
Learn more about several of the practical considerations when determining whether a Premium Deficiency Reserve exists from an accounting and actuarial point of view.
Published: 07/16/2013 in Captives / Self-Insurance
How misplaced are your company's resources? If you're only concentrating on the highest spend categories, you may be missing out on MAJOR savings. See how our data proves that there could be savings hidden where you wouldn't normally think to look.
Published: 07/31/2014 in Captives / Self-Insurance
Rob Walling explores how health care professionals are expanding how they use captives to address the ever changing insurance exposures they face.
The LPT is a simple financial mechanism that allows the owners of the ARV to monetize redundant reserves while “cleaning up” its balance sheet and re-establishing the essential financial utility of the vehicle.
Published: 02/01/2014 in Captives / Self-Insurance
Consulting actuary, Erich Brandt, FCAS, MAAA, uses four case studies to demonstrate how publicly available data can create competitive advantage in the property casualty insurance industry.