Enoch Starnes recently authored an article for Captive International titled “Silent Evidence in the Captive Insurance Landscape”. ‘Silent’ evidence is information we don’t have access to due to the type of data being collected or our own inability to recognize that it exists, and it needs to be taken into account when considering risk placement for a captive. The article focuses on complexities associated with silent evidence, how to achieve your risk-related goals, and how to better understand your captive’s potential exposure to risk. By utilizing the information and guidelines provided in the article, readers will be better equipped to identify silent evidence in all its potential forms, as mere awareness of the topic helps a great deal when formulating your captive strategy.
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