"Being highly creative and responsive to wealth managers, CPA Firms, estate attorneys and business associations has definitely contributed to the company’s success," said Captive Alternatives COO and CFO David Kirkup.
(PRWEB) March 23, 2016
Captive Alternatives, the insurance consultancy that pioneered the Protected Captive™ business model, announced today it was named a 2016 Pacesetter by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The designation was awarded to the 100 fastest growing privately held companies in Atlanta.
“Being recognized as an innovator in the world of captive insurance companies for business owners, building highly scalable systems and banking technology, and working with high-end providers like Morgan Stanley, have been key to the growth strategy at Captive Alternatives,” said Captive Alternatives COO and CFO David Kirkup. “We’ve also built strong relationships with strategic referral partners. Being highly creative and responsive to wealth managers, CPA Firms, estate attorneys and business associations has definitely contributed to the company’s success.”
In order to qualify for the Pacesetter Award, companies must have at least a 50 percent growth in sales for the past two years with revenues between $1 million and $300 million in 2015. Companies were selected using a growth index formula that measured growth in revenues and number of employees.
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.