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Welcome to Active Captive Management

 

Active Captive Management (ACM) specializes in the formation and management of captive insurance companies for the middle market.

 

Since 2005, Active Captive Management has provided alternative risk solutions, formation and management services to a wide range of operating companies. As an independent captive manager, ACM values the strategic alliances and partnerships with our client’s advisors and representatives. As each client is unique, the design of specialized captive risk solutions must be tailored appropriately to those specific risks. Combining over three decades of insurance experience, ACM provides risk transfer solutions in the following industries; Agriculture, Automotive, Construction, Distribution and Warehousing, Engineering, Food and Beverage, Fuel and Oil, Healthcare Services, Manufacturing, Nursing Homes, Real Estate Development and Technology.

 

Captive Insurance Experience Beyond Convention

 

Consider the alternatives to traditional insurance without experiencing a sales driven philosophy to providing transfer, financing and captive management risk options. Consider Active Captive Management.

 

Captive Insurance as an alternative risk management strategy is being used by more than half of the Fortune 1,500 US and multinational corporations.

 

ACM provides smaller or medium size companies a clear definition of a viable captive, assessing our clients risk exposure and financing objectives.

 

ACM provides the expertise to form, manage and operate your captive, enabling ownership to retain focus on primary business entities, while engaging a team of experts in the captive industry to effectively manage the compliance, regulations and financial aspects of the supporting captive.

 


 

Tenant exposure?

 

A Tenant Legal Liability program protects the property owner should the tenant cause damage to the property.

 

Captive Program for Renter’s Insurance (HO-4) Flyer

 

Link to brochures page for PDF view/download:

http://www.activecaptive.com/captive_brochures.html

 


 

Re-Thinking Crop Insurance with a Protected Cell Captive

 

American Harvest Insurance Services, LLC

 


 

ACM's Founder and CEO, Fred Turner will be presenting at CICA's 2019 International Conference held on March 10-12 in Tucson, Arizona.

 

On March 12, Fred Turner will be a panelist at CICA's conference on the topic 'Risk Pooling - The Debate of How to Do It Right'. The other panelist for the session is Brandon Keim, Tax Litigation Attorney, Frazer Ryan Goldberg & Arnold, LLP (counsel for the IRS in the Avrahami case). This session will include a discussion of the types of structures of risk pools but will specifically focus on what is a valid operational pooling structure under tax authorities and insurance best practices, and what is not.  The panel will also discuss certain views of the IRS with regard to criteria for a proper pooling structure, hallmarks of problematic pools, premium pricing, permissible lines of coverage, and how to meet "common notions of insurance" in the context of risk pooling.

 

Captive Insurance Companies Association CICA 2019

 

To find out more details or to register, visit online at:

http://www.cicaworld.com/EventsEducation/EventsIntConf/ConferenceRegistration.aspx

 


 

ACM’s General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, Dana Hentges Sheridan, will be speaking at RIMS Cyber Risk Forum on September 7th

 

RIMS-The Risk Management Society is holding a Cyber Risk Forum at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 7-8. Dana Hentges Sheridan will be speaking on September 7th, and will present on the topic “Leveraging your Captive in the Cyber Market”. This topic will be discussed by using a real world example of the University of California's creative use of its captive to cover cyber risk. Other topics discussed at the conference include: how CISOs and risk managers can better collaborate, how risk management can take on additional cyber responsibilities to benefit the entire organization, emerging cyber risks, best practices for mitigation and the latest in insurance coverages.

 

RIMS Cyberisk Forum

 

To register for the conference or view the conference agenda please visit:

https://www.rims.org/RiskForum/Cyber17/Pages/Home.aspx

 


 

Active Captive Management's Founder, Fred Turner, is presenting on Insurance Risk and Business Risk at the Vermont Captive Insurance Association's (VCIA) 32nd Annual Conference.

 

The VCIA 32nd Annual Conference is being held August 8th-10th in Burlington, VT and will include 25 educational sessions with various topics focusing on areas such as captive insurance, accounting/finance, risk management, and operations. Fred Turner is one of three panelists who will host an education session on the topic "Insurance Risk and Business Risk", with Mr. Turner covering issues that define insurable risk and a discussion on why or why not certain risks might be considered "insurable."

 

Vermont Captive Insurance Association

 

To find out more details, please visit:

http://www.vcia.com/Events/AnnualConference/tabid/87/Default.aspx

 


 

Fred Turner and Dana Sheridan have been selected to present at CICA’s 2017 International Conference.

 

Fred will be speaking on the topic “When is a Business Risk an Insurance Risk?”, a subject Fred is well versed in as his article with the same title was published by the ABA in May of 2016. Dana will be presenting on “Regulatory Interaction: A Small Captive Perspective in the Evolving State and Federal Climate”. Dana was recently named to Captive Review’s ERC Pioneers List. This year’s CICA International Conference offers a deeper understanding of the causes of disruptions and strategies for harnessing these changes to optimize your captive's performance. The conference will be held in San Diego, CA from March 12-14 2017.

 

2017 CICA

 

To find out more details or to register, visit online at:

http://www.cicaworld.com/EventsEducation/EventsIntConf.aspx

 


 

Fred Turner, Founder of Active Captive is pleased to announce our membership of the South Carolina Captive Insurance Association.

 

SCCIA promotes the formation and growth of captive insurance programs within the state of South Carolina. Captive insurance programs are a valuable tool for many corporate entities looking for a better way to manage risk.

 

To learn more, visit: http://www.sccia.org

 


 

Fred Turner, Founder of Active Captive is pleased to announce our approval as a captive manager in the State of Oklahoma.

 

Oklahoma is one of the newest and most attractive on-shore captive domiciles. Due to recent legislation, Oklahoma boasts a brand new, state of the art, captive statute which incorporates flexibility and a supportive regulatory environment.

 

To learn more, visit: http://www.ok.gov/oid/oklahomacaptive.html

 


 

Active Captive announces membership of the Delaware Captive Insurance Association.

 

Delaware is one of the fastest growing captive domiciles in the world. When Delaware formed the Bureau of Captive and Financial Insurance Products in 2009, Delaware had only 38 captive insurers. Today Delaware boasts over 550 active captives in various types including risk retention groups, special purpose captives, and sponsored cell captives.

 

To learn more, visit: http://www.delawarecaptive.org

 


 

Active Captive is pleased to announce our approval as a captive manager in the State of North Carolina.

 

North Carolina’s captive legislation was placed in effect in October 2013, establishing 5 licenses as of May 2014. Distinguishing features unique to North Carolina include: Reasonable capital requirements and  Competitive premium tax rates with a $100,000 premium tax cap. North Carolina has made a strong long-term commitment to the captive industry. From the Insurance Commissioner to the N.C. General Assembly to the North Carolina Captive Insurance Association, all are committed to making North Carolina a great new home for captives.

 

To learn more, visit: North Carolina Department of Insurance: http://www.ncdoi.com/NCCaptives

 


 

Domicile Showcase:

 

A Captives primary jurisdiction is known as it’s domicile. Selecting the right domicile is an integral component of the captive decision process. Domiciles are represented on shore and off shore, many having been established for decades and home to large and mid market captive insurance companies. The factors to consider when selecting a domicile include: Regulatory Environment, Infrastructure, Geographic Location, Tax and Operating Expenses. The domiciles represented are the largest on shore and off shore, by number of captive licenses.

 

Domicile Requirements and Comparison Chart

 

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Catpive Risk Analysis

 


 

Tenant and Renters exposure?

 

A Renters Insurance HO-4 program protects both the property owner should the tenant cause property damage as well as the tenant’s property, much the same as homeowners insurance.

 

Captive Program for Renter’s Insurance (HO-4) Flyer

 

Link to brochures page for PDF view/download:

http://www.activecaptive.com/captive_brochures.html

 


 

Active Captive Management recognized for a third consecutive year by the U.S. Captive Service Awards / Captive Review.

 

ACM has been named a finalist in the category of Captive Manager of the Year - Independent. The 2017 awards will be held August 7th at the Hilton Burlington, Vermont. ACM is honored to be recognized for a third consecutive year and supports the industry’s success as a whole. The 2017 US Captive Services Awards are judged by risk and insurance professionals from seven American captive owning corporations. In 2016, ACM was named a finalist in the categories of Captive Manager of the Year and Captive Management - Customer Care.

 

U.S. Captive Service Awards 2017

 

To find out more details, please visit:

https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/index.php?eventid=243235&

 


 

Frederick E. Turner, Founder of Active Captive Management is featured in Business Law Today’s May 2016 publication.

 

The article “When Is a Business Risk an Insurance Risk?” explores the position taken by the IRS in regards to whether business/investment risk is an insurable risk and the use of a Captive as a vital Risk Management solution. Mr. Turner serves as the Vice Chairman of the ABA Business Law Section’s Captive Insurance Committee.

 

Captive Visions Best Practices - Top Ten Regulatory Best Practices

 

You can find the article here:

http://www.activecaptive.com/pr/Business-Risk-Today-201605.pdf

 


 

Active Captive Management’s Founder and General Counsel, Frederick E. Turner & Dana Hentges Sheridan, are presenting as panelists at American Conference Institute’s 4th Annual Advanced Forum on Captive Insurance.

 

The conference will be held May 2-3, 2016 at the Carlton Hotel on Madison Avenue, New York, New York.

 

Fred and Dana will be panelists on the subject “Enterprise Risk Captives: The Past, the Present, and the Future”; the panel will be Monday May 2, 2016 at 2 p.m. EST.

 

Attendance at the conference can earn you CLE and CPE Credits.

 

To find out more details or to register, visit online at:

http://www.AmericanConference.com/Captive or by calling 1-888-224-2480

 

Link to American Conference Institute Captive Insurance

 


 

Active’s General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, Dana Hentges Sheridan, ongoing contribution to the Captive Visions Best Practices Series, features a “Top Ten Regulatory Best Practices; How to Ensure your ERC Captive is Compliant with State Insurance Regulation”.

 

The article is co-authored by Jeffrey K. Simpson, Esq. of Gordon, Fournaris & Mammarella.

 

Captive Visions Best Practices - Top Ten Regulatory Best Practices

 

You can find the article here:

http://www.activecaptive.com/pr/Top-Ten-Regulatory-Best-Practices-Captive-Visions-Issue-8-Winter-2016.pdf

 

We also recommend that you visit www.captiveglobal.com and subscribe to Captive Visions for timely and interesting industry insight from internationally recognized authorities and regulators.

 


 

Active Captive Management’s Founder, Frederick E. Turner, is featured in the Captive Insurance Times September 2015 publication.

 

The article is titled “Playing Where the Risk is Going to Be: Using a Captive for Cyber Losses and Liability”. In the article, Fred Turner describes the growing risks related to cyber security that all businesses’ face, and how a captive insurance company can help organizations plan, prepare, and mitigate that risk. Mr. Turner is an expert in insurance law and regulation and offers his practical advice for how captive insurers can help to cover the risk presented by cyber claims, loss and damages.

 

Frederick Turner

 

You can find the article here:

http://www.activecaptive.com/pr/Captive-Insurance-Times-Issue-81-Pages24-26.pdf

 


 

Active’s General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, Dana Hentges Sheridan, is featured in Captive Visions July 2015 publication, which provides “Best Practices in Handling Claims for Captive Insurance Companies ", the second article in a ”best practices” series that will be published in Captive Visions over the course of 2015.

 

Dana Sheridan

 

You can find the article here:

http://www.activecaptive.com/pr/Captive-Visions-Best-Practices-July-2015.pdf

 

We also recommend that you visit www.captiveglobal.com and subscribe to Captive Visions for timely and interesting industry insight from internationally recognized authorities and regulators.

 

Link to Captive Global LinkedIn Post

 

 

PHONE: 800-921-0155
Fax: 949-727-4770

 

ADDRESS:
24422 Avenida de la Carlota, Suite 400
Laguna Hills, California 92653