The Institutes Release New Captive Insurance Fundamentals Course 7/16/2015

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In response to a rising trend in the industry, The Institutes have released a new Captive Insurance Fundamentals (CAP 201) course. This introductory course is designed to give risk management and insurance professionals a basic understanding of captive insurance from a global perspective.

In response to a rising trend in the industry, The Institutes have released a new Captive Insurance Fundamentals (CAP 201) course. This introductory course is designed to give risk management and insurance professionals a basic understanding of captive insurance from a global perspective.

This self-study, online course can be completed in as little as three hours and is designed to help students:

  •     Learn basic captive insurance terminology and concepts, including how to form and operate a captive insurer
  •     Confidently explain to current and prospective clients the benefits of a captive insurer as a risk financing tool
  •     Identify situations in which a captive insurer can meet an insured’s specific needs, such as underwriting a unique risk or participating in a multinational insurance program

This course is offered entirely online and can be filed for continuing education (CE) credit upon successful completion of an online, end-of-course exam.
To learn more about Captive Insurance Fundamentals, visit The Institutes’ website at: https://www.theinstitutes.org/guide/captive-insurance-fundamentals?cid=mr-ti-captives

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