Captive Resources Named Best Place to Work in Insurance for 2nd Straight Year

By Sean Flavin November 09th, 2022

For the second straight year, Captive Resources topped the Best Places to Work in Insurance list in the medium employer category (250-999 employees). The list is an annual feature from Business Insurance that ranks agents, brokers, insurers, and other providers by employee engagement and satisfaction.

This year marks the company's sixth straight year on the list and fifth consecutive finish in the top 10. Captive Resources has now claimed the top spot in the medium employer category in both years we've been eligible after earning honors in the small employer categories the previous four years.

"Growing our business, adapting to changes, onboarding new colleagues, providing exceptional service to our clients, and keeping our culture intact is not easy,” said Nick Hentges, Chief Executive Officer of Captive Resources. "But through the efforts of our colleagues, we have succeeded in all these things.

"I am thankful every day that my path has led me to being a part of this wonderful team and organization. Thank you to all my Captive Resources colleagues for believing in our mission and making Captive Resources an incredible place to work."

If you’re ready for a new challenge, Captive Resources is always looking to bring on top talent. Check out our Careers page to browse our open positions.

About the Best Places to Work in Insurance Awards

Best Places to Work in Insurance is an annual feature by Business Insurance and Best Companies Group that lists the agents, brokers, insurers, and other providers with the highest employee engagement and satisfaction. This year's report features 100 companies of varying sizes. They all share a strong commitment to attracting, developing, and retaining great talent through employee benefits and other programs that their workers value.

Click here to learn more and view the full 2022 rankings.

About Captive Resources, LLC

Captive Resources provides mid-market companies with the opportunity to become insurance company owners rather than insurance buyers and lower their total cost of risk. We do this through the creation, development, and oversight of member-owned group captive insurance companies. We currently support 43 group captives with 5,800-plus member companies and $3.5 billion in annual premium. We support every aspect of the captives we advise, from claims advocacy to operational oversight, risk management, financial services, regulatory compliance, investment services, and more.


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