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AM Best's Teclaw: Profitability of Rated Captives Outpaces Commercial Insurance Sector

Dan Teclaw, associate director, AM Best, said captive formations are taking a variety of forms, with organizations finding new ways to cover risk via their captives.

Aug. 10, 2022

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