As an early evangelist for the Private Insurance Company™, Captive Alternatives has been a leading innovator in the insurance and insurtech space.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 31, 2017
Captive Alternatives (CapAlt), the Atlanta based risk management consultancy that pioneered the Protected Captive™, today announced its recognition as a 2017 Pacesetter by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Each year, leading companies vie for a spot on this prestigious slate of Atlanta’s fastest-growing companies and 2017 was the first time Captive Alternatives (CapAlt) was honored with inclusion.
“As an early evangelist for the Private Insurance Company™, Captive Alternatives has been a leading innovator in the insurance and insurtech space,” said CapAlt COO David Kirkup. “A Private Insurance Company offers its owner more control over the cost of insurance, as well as access to specialty coverage not available from traditional insurers. It is gratifying to see widespread market validation for our Private Insurance Company model, and we look forward to seeing our sales growth accelerate quickly.”
Only companies that show a 50 percent growth in sales over a two-year period, along with revenues between $1 million and $300 million, qualify for inclusion on the annual Pacesetter list. A growth index formula, which takes into account revenue and employee size, drives the selection process. Atlanta’s fastest growing companies were touted during a sold-out breakfast event at Buckhead’s Flourish, special events facility on Thursday, April 27, 2017.
About Captive Alternatives
Captive Alternations is a leading consultant helping business owners control their cost of risk through the use of a Private Insurance Company™. CapAlt’s innovative business model, the Protected Captive™, helps owners manage hidden risks, protect assets, and reward themselves for effective risk management. CapAlt delivers custom risk management and insurtech solutions through an industry-first Puerto Rico International Insurer, and manages operations from offices in Atlanta and Puerto Rico. For more information, visit http://www.captivealternatives.com.