Favorable investment returns and improved underwriting discipline helped the U.S. captive insurance sector improve profitability in 2010, a new report from A.M. Best states.
The 194 U.S. captive insurance entities followed by A.M. Best in 2010 charted a collective 49% increase in profitability over the prior year, while policyholder dividends were up 73%.
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