• A Flexible On-Shore Rent-A-Captive Solution

    Domiciled in Vermont, Green Mountain Sponsored Captive Insurance Company Launched in 2012 as a turnkey captive insurance alternative for organizations looking for an on-shore captive solution.

  • Take Advantage of Experienced Leadership

    Created in response to the demand for an on-shore captive insurance alternative, Green Mountain Captive Insurance is lead by three acclaimed insurance service firms.

  • Vermont Provides an Unmatched Regulatory Advantage

    With over 1,000 captives currently domiciled in Vermont, the Green Mountain state’s highly commended governance and regulatory environment makes it the largest domicile in the US and number 3 internationally.

Vermont Captive Insurance

VERMONT IS THE CAPTIVE GOLD-STANDARD

Known as the "Gold Standard" of captive domiciles, Vermont is the preferred domicile to more than 1,062 captives, including 48 of the Fortune 100 and 18 of the companies that make up the Dow 30.

    Vermont enjoys:

  • Over $191 billion in assets, the most of any domicile
  • Awarded U.S. Captive Domicile of the Year - three times
  • Thirty-five year history in captives
  • Over 1,062 captives licensed
  • Nearly 100 healthcare related captives
  • 89 Risk Retention Groups, the most of any domicile

Source - vermontcaptive.com

WEBINAR SERIES

Creating a Medical Stop Loss Program

Green Mountain Sponsored Captive Insurance Company is sponsoring a series of webinars on protected cell captives.

Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Time: 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. EST

REGISTER

Green Mountain Sponsored Captive Insurance Company, Vermont’s largest independent rent-a-captive, is sponsoring a series of webinars on Protected Cell Captives (“PCC”). This webinar will focus on medical stop loss and includes an actual user of a cell captive for medical stop loss, that allows small and mid-size employers to self-fund their medical and dental plans. The presentation will include a summary of how to begin the process of organizing an employee benefit program using a captive.

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