Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 03, 2017
Captive Alternatives (CapAlt), the Atlanta-based risk management consultancy that pioneered the Protected Captive™, recently participated in the Opal Group’s Family Office & Private Wealth Management Forum, held July 24-26, 2017, in Newport, Rhode Island. The annual event attracts family office members, advisors and wealth managers that maintain an office portfolio size of between $10M and $100B+.
Mark Sims, VP of Business Development, gave a presentation on “The Private Insurance Company: Next Generation Risk Management.” Mark discussed the unique risks and challenges high net worth individuals face and discussed how a Private Insurance Company can provide significant risk management, estate planning, wealth transfer and asset protection opportunities for family offices.
The Opal Family Office & Private Wealth Management Forum has become the largest family office event in the world. The event begins with an annual Regatta Cup race across Newport Harbor. It continues with three days of presentations and panel discussions about the best practices for portfolio management and investment strategies aimed at preserving family wealth. “The use of Private Insurance Companies to deliver professional risk management is a somewhat new concept to Family Offices, but we met a lot of smart people who understood the possibilities,” said David Kirkup, COO, “and we look forward to bringing our creativity and capabilities to this sector.”
About Captive Alternatives
Captive Alternatives (CapAlt) is a leading consultancy helping business owners turn business risk into financial equity through the use of a Private Insurance Company™. CapAlt’s innovative business model, the Protected Captive™, helps business owners manage hidden risks, protect assets and reward themselves for effective risk management. CapAlt delivers sophisticated 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.