GEB’s CTO Vittorio Zaniboni provided thought leadership to Captive Insurance Times, focusing on the evolution of fronting networks to help captives better manage their people risk.
Traditionally the preserve of property and casualty risk, captives are now increasingly being used to house employee benefits.
At the same time, employee benefits networks have evolved from reinsurance transfer
operators, to partners of captive managers able to provide specialised technical and data
know-how, to help mitigate risk, reduce volatility, stabilise costs, and supply benchmarking data and detailed business intelligence.
In this article, Vittorio investigates how the role of major players (namely fronting networks, risk managers, human resource managers and of course employees) has evolved, often pushing them to go beyond their initial remit and develop new areas of expertise and involvement.
To read the full article in Captive Insurance Times, click here