Richard Cutcher: Executive Producer, Global Captive Podcast: What is a captive and the new opportunities for innovation (198)
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If we want to understand opportunities for innovation in insurance we need to understand what the customer wants – the people and companies buying insurance. Many companies are now setting up captives to use their own capital as an alternative or to complement the insurance they are buying.
In this episode, Matthew is joined by Richard Cutcher, Executive Producer of the Global Captive Podcast and the Ambassador for the Captive Special Interest Group at the UK Risk Managers Association (Airmic).
They start off with an explanation of what a captive is, and discuss the opportunities for risk managers and insurance buyers for using data and analytics.
Other talking points include:
How captives are regulated
Examples of companies using captives
Data and analytics that are being used by captives from companies such as Arbol
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- Define the role of 'captives' in the insurance industry and how they are regulated
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