Braxtone work with clients to determine the economic feasibility of a captive insurance model for those clients, and then work hand-in-hand with their legal and financial representatives to help form and manage the captive facility within the proper financial and accounting guidelines.
Once our client makes the decision to develop a captive, a designated team will guide the development, structuring, execution and finally operating and managing day-to-day activities.  Our Executive Management’s long-standing relationships with key local and regional service providers such as actuaries, attorneys, and auditors are essential to ensuring the smooth operation and success of a captive model.

Each captive solution is delivered based upon a comprehensive study of the client’s individual risk profile and with a full understanding of key business goals.  Client’s needs analysis will ensure the optimal structure, whether a pure captive, rent-a-captive, group program, micro captive or cell company, is right for the client.  Braxtone also take advantage of the inbuilt flexibility within the preferred structure to ensure it remains so, and monitor it to meet changing market or organizational demands while maintaining maximum efficiency and performance throughout.

Whether you are looking to form a new captive or optimize your existing captive program, our experts can provide you with in-depth professional knowledge and guidance.

A captive feasibility study will provide you with:

1- Advantages and disadvantages of a captive
2- Analysis of proposed retentions and retained coverages assumed by the captive
3- Five year financial projections including balance sheets and income statements
4- Structure, formation, and operation of a captive insurance company
5- Domicile comparison with recommendation, including regulatory requirements

A captive feasibility study will provide you with:

1- An evaluation of your current insurance program and comparison to the captive business plan
2- Operations analysis including a detailed examination of internal controls and data processing
3- A review of the captive’s regulatory framework and compliance with governing regulations
4- An appraisal of the captive’s third party service providers