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William Dalziel, partner, London & Capital

London & Capital launches managed portfolio solution for ‘cell captives’

Independent asset management firm London & Capital has launched a proposition for “cell captives”- smaller captive insurance companies. 

The firm’s managed portfolio solution provides diversified, bespoke portfolios to segregated portfolio companies and enables those companies to tap into investment returns previously accessible only by larger captives, and to enjoy the economies of scale and benefits of diversification that result from the pooling of a number of separate accounts.

The solution offers cell captives higher targeted returns, a low-risk investment approach, transparency of daily reporting and access to their own unique account - all delivered at low cost, and managed by an investment manager with more than 20 years of experience running diversified portfolios and deep expertise in the captive space.

Established in 1986, the London-based firm has been managing captive assets since 2005 when partner William Dalziel (pictured) – a 30 year veteran of the industry – established its captive division. 

Dalziel says: “The captive insurance industry has always been innovative, and continues to develop ways to make its services available to a wider range of potential captive owners. 

“We can now also offer cells the type of portfolios and returns previously only available to larger players, ensuring their capital contributes to offsetting the cost of their insured risks.  We are able to cater for cells with as little as USD200,000 to invest, and deliver a service based upon the very same investment philosophy and asset allocation models as large captives enjoy.”

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