(PRWEB) March 09, 2016
Captive Alternatives, the insurance consultancy that pioneered the Protected Captive™ business model, joined together with investors, multinational CEOs, business owners, tax lawyers, insurance professionals and financial experts in Puerto Rico last week as a sponsor of the first annual Puerto Rico Investment Summit. The summit was designed to provide attendees with a forum to learn about the unique opportunities, incentives and competitive advantages that Puerto Rico has to offer as a business and investment destination.
More than 400 professionals attended from around the globe to hear from such leading investment managers as John Paulson and Michael E. Tennenbaum. Other noted spokespersons were Alejandro J. García Padilla, Governor of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and Rudy Giuliani, former New York City Mayor.
The two day conference was hosted at the Condado Vanderbilt. Captive Alternatives was one of 40 exhibitors and sponsors that included other financial consulting and investment firms as well as local offerings.
The event was designed to allow attendees to explore opportunities under acts 20, 22, 273, 399 and other investment vehicles in Puerto Rico. Captive Alternatives CEO Mark Jacobs participated in a panel discussion on Finances & Insurance and the Synergies between acts 273 & 399.
About Captive Alternatives
Captive Alternatives is a leading consultant helping business owners control their cost of risk through the use of captive insurance companies. CapAlt’s innovative business model, the Protected Captive™, helps owners manage hidden risks, transfer high exposure to third parties, and financially reward themselves for effective risk management. As a result of their Protected Captive™, our clients cover a wide variety of hidden exposures, and achieve all their strategic objectives – both corporate and personal. CapAlt delivers custom risk management solutions through an industry-first Puerto Rico International Insurer, and manages operations from their offices in Atlanta and Puerto Rico. For more information, visit http://www.captivealternatives.com.
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