Learn about our contribution in the 2019 World Captive Forum

There are now over 100 global employee benefit captives in operation, in various states of maturity. We are experiencing double-digit growth in this sector, in terms of premiums and transactions; At MAXIS GBN, we expect this trend to continue. Some have reached a steady state and are using sophisticated data tools and models to track and change claims behavior. Others are starting the journey by applying their non-life captive experience to new applications.

As part of the Global EB: Trending Up panel on January 31st at 9:30 am, Ricardo Almeida, Regional Director of the Americas, will join Bill Fitzpatrick, VP Corporate Risk Benefits at Deutsche Post DHL (DP DHL), Maria Sheffield, Corporate Counsel at Caterpillar Inc, and Mark Cook, Director at Willis Towers Watson to provide an update on global programs in captives, as well as some detail on the successful developments in an established one and the experiences of another multinational at the beginning of the process.

Members of our team will be there and look forward to meeting you at our booth (#11) to discuss your evolving captive needs. Read more here.


About the event:

Celebrating its 28th year, the 2019 World Captive Forum will address new and emerging risks facing companies and organisations worldwide, demonstrating how captives can offer solutions that may not be available in the traditional insurance marketplace. A domicile-neutral conference, the World Captive Forum provides in-depth, high-caliber educational content to risk managers, benefit managers and financial executives whose organizations have risks insured by a captive or who are exploring the formation of one. The meeting also draws leading providers of captive services, including captive management, legal, accounting, actuarial, claims, asset management, fronting and many other services, as well as numerous regulators and representatives from major domiciles. Additionally, delegates to the WCF enjoy unparalleled networking and business opportunities.