Miller has in-depth and extensive experience of developing and designing captive risk retention strategies with major global clients. We aim to help our clients optimise capital, protect their balance sheets and add shareholder value.
We provide consultancy across the captive life cycle, from initial feasibility and set up, through stages which re-examine strategy and future development, to closure and exit strategies. Our advice is truly independent and objective as we are not conflicted by offering captive management services.
The advice we offer assists our captive owning clients in establishing optimum usage, structure and risk retention vs risk transfer strategies. This consultancy integrates with Miller’s expertise in captive reinsurance placement, be it on a traditional or structured basis.
"Our risk finance consulting is supported by an in-house team of qualified actuaries, whose analytics capability plays a key and integrated role alongside placement".
Who we help
We work with state owned, publicly listed and major private risk managed entities and captives worldwide that value our independent advice, expertise and innovative consultancy, implementation and actuarial services.
Most recently, our specialist risk financing expertise has been sought from a diverse range of industries globally, demonstrating the breadth of our experience:
- State owned national oil companies
- Sovereign wealth funds
- Energy – upstream and downstream
- Industrial equipment manufacturing
- White goods manufacturing
- Commodities and food processing
- Food and beverage
Actuarial and analytics
Our risk finance consulting is supported by an in-house team of qualified actuaries, whose analytics capability plays a key and integrated role alongside placement. We identify, quantify and structure optimal risk transfer solutions in conjunction with reinsurance risk transfer pricing. Clients gain a deeper understanding of their risk profiles with the aim to achieve broader coverage and lower costs.
Our analytics client services include:
- Risk tolerance and appetite analysis
- Retention optimisation
- Total cost of risk analysis
- Actuarial loss modelling
- Structure modelling to guide selection
- Exposure CAT modelling