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By combining deep captive expertise with industry-leading analytics, we can help your organization to manage risk on your own terms.

50+ years’ captive experience… US$53.8+ billion in premium… Nearly 450 experts manage 1,380 captive insurers globally

As the world’s largest captive manager, organizations come to Marsh for a one-stop approach to innovative captive solutions, including advice, implementation, management, and actuarial services. With specialized expertise from global resources, Marsh creates comprehensive, tailored solutions for your business.

Data analytics and benchmarking abilities for Marsh Captive Solutions are unparallelled in the industry, providing a powerful tool to identify trends and quantify the advantages that captive insurance can offer your organization.  Marsh’s deep captive insights and advisory capabilities may also help you understand how peer companies are benefiting from captive coverage.

The result: Managing risk on your own terms and more control over your company’s economic cost of risk.

The Benefits of Captive Solutions

Captive implementation is one of the premier alternative risk finance solutions—one enjoyed by many Fortune 1000 companies and now, increasingly, by smaller companies. Once viewed primarily as a solution to counter rising premium costs, captives actually offer many potential benefits that are difficult to match:

Captives are designed to enhance your ability to manage the retentions and deductibles associated with traditional risk transfer programs. By forming its own subsidiary insurer to handle much or all of its own risk—a company is freed from the control and restrictions of the commercial insurance market.

The flexibility to fund not only traditional coverages—such as general liability, workers compensation, auto liability, property insurance, employee benefits—but also difficult-to-insure exposures—such as environmental risks, and employment practice liabilities.