Roundstone Management’s President Published in The Self Insurer Magazine
09/14/2012

Roundstone Management’s President, Michael Schroeder, was published in the August 2012 Issue of The Self Insurer, a publication of the Self Insurance Institute of America, Inc (SIIA).

Online PR News – 14-September-2012 – Westlake, Ohio – – Roundstone Management’s President, Michael Schroeder, was published in the August 2012 Issue of The Self Insurer, a publication of the Self Insurance Institute of America, Inc (SIIA). His article, The Group Captive Looking Good, reflects on how recent news highlighting court decisions, legislative action and market dynamics is providing a boost to the group captive insurance approach and includes why the group captive approach is a superior insurance vehicle.

An excerpt from the article: “The market dynamics that group all insureds together when doling out premium rate increases provide a fertile ground for employers to exit the standard market. Employers are better served by joining with other like-minded employers in a group captive offering a lower overall cost through the return of underwriting and investment profits. Just make sure the insurance facility does not allow for surprises like regulator assessments.”

Michael Schroeder offers more than twenty years of insurance industry management experience with responsibilities in the captive market, self insurance pools and trusts, publicly held insurance companies and the regulatory environment.
For the full article go to: http://www.roundstoneinsurance.com/

Roundstone Management, Ltd. (“Roundstone”) based in Westlake, Ohio is an insurance organization focused on the development, underwriting and servicing of alternative risk products, including captives, rent-a-captives and specialty insurance programs. Roundstone offers intermediaries and buyers an expertise in the captive marketplace with an unbundled services approach utilizing the facilities of Roundstone Insurance, Ltd., a class III Bermuda reinsurer registered as a segregated account company.