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  • Who should consider self-funding
  • Different vehicles for self-funding your benefits
  • Pros and cons of a captive
  • How it works when you perform well (or don't) 
  • Shawn Lanter, Regional Sales Manager, Berkley Accident and Health
  • Trailblazing leaders at companies with more than 50 employees
  • CEOs
  • CFOs
  • HR Directors

Significant cost increases.  Decreasing benefits.  Lack of control.  If this is your employee benefits story, then we invite you to consider alternative ways to fund your benefits program.     

Captives bring a slew of benefits, including more control, long-term cost savings, and the potential to earn dividends. Most importantly, it puts you in charge of your benefits program's performance.

Shawn Lanter from Berkley Accident and Health digs into what a captive is, why they exist, and how they could work for you.

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