Recognising that traditional fronting can impact the cost-benefit ratios of captive insurance schemes, we provide alternatives in the form of custom-made, admitted insurance policies with an indemnity or reinsurance agreement.
We tailor our offering to the needs of captive owners. While many fronting providers often take a generic approach, we treat every case as unique. In doing so, we determine collateral amounts based on individual analyses of a company's or captive's financial strength. We can then leverage our interdisciplinary strengths to create bespoke collateral options using a number of imaginative and innovative financial instruments.
We offer innovative, flexible solutions. Our dedicated, experienced team will assess the needs of your captive to find an appropriate and cost-effective structure. We'll leverage the knowledge of our global team and the resources of the Swiss Re Group to provide fronting coverage that accounts for your captive's needs.
We're committed to longevity. We invest in building lasting relationships. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding customer service. And, in the event of a claim, we ensure a responsive, transparent claims process.
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We were recently in contact with an energy multinational, which wanted to optimise its fronting arrangements. This gave us the opportunity to support the company in operating effectively through its captive insurer backed by our financial strength.Learn more
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