For the 2014 edition of our Annual Captive Benchmarking Report, Marsh benchmarked 1,148 captives, including a vast array of captives, risk retention groups, non-traditional captive (such as special purpose vehicles), and life insurance captives. This broad sample gives us unprecedented benchmarking data and metrics to compare and contrast the industry and allows us to identify current and future trends.
Among the key findings from the report:
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Since the credit crisis, a large proportion of captives have entered into intercompany investments with their parent company and affiliates. Thanks to increased flexibility from the regulators with this type of investment, it is now the most common among captives…