Thursday, June 24th, 2021 | 11AM ET/8AM PT
As a business owner, you face a lot of risk. Your liability extends to equipment, people, and property — which can lead to serious costs when things go wrong. How you manage that risk directly impacts your bottom line and the future of your business.
Register for this webinar to learn how captive insurance offers a unique risk management solution for your business, especially when it comes to workers’ compensation and liability. Topics covered include:
- An overview of how it works, including benefits and drawbacks
- Factors for mitigating serious financial and operational losses
- How to decide if this type of insurance is right for your business
Join us for a brief dive into an alternative approach to risk management that can reduce costs, improve cash flow, and more.
Andy McLaughlin, CIC, CLCS – Commercial Insurance Advisor, HUB International Mid-South
Andy has spent the last four years in commercial insurance consulting with a particular focus on the Construction industry and is responsible for implementing risk management programs for businesses and individuals. He has experience with helping businesses identify and mitigate specific exposures, improve existing policies and procedures, and work to reduce their total cost of risk. Andy is a graduate of the University of Georgia, with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a major in Risk Management & Insurance. He is currently a member of the Montgomery Bell Academy Young Alumni Board as well as the Nashville Downtown Partnership.
Scott Stone - Alternative Risk Manager, HUB International Mid-South
Scott has more than 20 years of experience in the captive insurance industry ranging from the day-to-day management, to consulting on program structures. He has experience with a variety of captive types from Risk Retention Groups to single parent captives and in most major captive domiciles.
Scott serves as a liaison between HUB Mid-South clients and key captive stakeholders. Scott’s role is to educate clients on captive program structures and alternatives to identify the best solution for their overall risk management program.
Scott began his career with Deloitte, and prior to joining HUB, worked for captive management companies. Scott is a graduate of Babson College and Treasurer and a member of the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Captive Insurance Association.