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Captive Insurer

A captive insurer can be an insurer or reinsurer. A captive insurer is an alternative form of risk management to meet specific needs of the company. A company creates an insurance company to provide coverage for itself. The benefits of a captive insurer are increasing cash flow and reducing costs . A captive insurer usually increases risk for its parent company.

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