As captive insurance companies become more sophisticated and attract increasing levels of regulatory scrutiny, the role of independent non-executive directors on the board has continued to grow and play a central part in the development of effective levels of governance and the provision of expert insight.

This Airmic and Aon guide (2019) is designed as a resource for individuals currently serving as directors on captive boards, or considering an appointment in the future. It suggests a range of simple but important steps that can be taken to ensure captive company board oversight is fit for purpose.