Webinar: Employee Benefits – adding value to your risk management strategy

Captive Review was joined by Generali Employee Benefits (GEB) and American multinational Cargill Incorporated, to discuss the benefits of adding employee benefits to a captive.

The webinar, which can be viewed in full below, addresses:

  • Why including employee benefits schemes into a captive arrangement?
  • How to ensure this arrangement fits your needs and risk management goals?
  • How to get started and what are the key preliminary considerations?
  • What are the constraints and complexities to be aware of early on?
  • From pooling to captive: a difficult transition?
  • How to align teams and stakeholders perspectives?
  • What to expect in terms of data management and reporting?

 

The speakers on the panel are:

Marc Reinhardt, director sales & distribution, Generali Employee Benefits (GEB)
Damian Ross, regional manager UK, Ireland and Nordic countries, Generali Employee Benefits (GEB)
Audrey Rudberg, presidentMinnetonka Insurance Company (MIC) – Cargill Incorporated

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