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Adkisson's Captive Insurance Companies: An Introduction to Captives, Closely-Held Insurance Companies, and Risk Retention Groups 0th Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This book makes no pretense of being for insurance brokers and agents who are looking for insight into the minutae of the commercial insurance business, such as where to look for quotes on workers compensation fronting, finding reinsurance, how retention agreements should be drafted, etc. But since most insurance brokers and agents dislike captives because they cut into their commissions, they will probably not be recommending captives to their clients anyway. One of the biggest benefits of a captive is to eliminate the costs of the broker's or agent's commissions and put those to work for the captive owner, so the hostility of brokers and agents to the concept of a captive and their spreading of patently false misinformation about captives should not be surprising.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you ar trying to educate yourelf on capitive insurance companies the first 80 pages of this book do a decent job of providing a primer on the workings and definitions of tis... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mark N. Gehrig
If you are looking for a way to learn the basics about captive this book is a god place to start. However, the only way to really learn it is working with an experienced person and... Read morePublished on December 4, 2012 by J. Waters
Book is 80 pages of boilerplate information that is available on net plus 200 pages of regulatory and tax code also available on net. Not worth it!Published on November 7, 2008 by Mr. Stiff City