Willis Towers Watson Launches Captive Financial Modeling Tool

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Willis Towers Watson has launched a digital tool to help organizations analyze financial feasibility and future profitability of their captive insurance strategies.

The new system, Captive Quantified, is a web-based, interactive design that automates due diligence and financial analysis to help organizations assess the potential value proposition of forming a captive insurance company compared to purchasing traditional insurance or retaining risk on its balance sheet. The tool also helps organizations identify the best combination of risks to include in a captive with a predetermined level of capitalization while identifying the best domicile for its needs.
In addition, users can perform live and interactive stress testing by quickly assessing capital adequacy and changing assumptions and test scenarios to determine future capitalization needs.

Captive Quantified is the latest version of Willis Towers Watson’s interconnected quantization models package and can be used with other tools to support a more comprehensive risk management strategy for an organization.

Sean Rider, director of consulting and development, Global Prisoner, Willis Towers Watson, said the vehicle will allow more sophisticated negotiations with financial decision makers regarding value, fliance and effectiveness of the proposal, both in the decision-making phase and at the feasibility stage. captive life.

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