Captive Industry Press & Articles
Captive Review Magazine Interviews Roundstone's Mike Schroeder
July 17, 2014
Captive Review interviewed Mike for his insight on Ohio passing captive legislation in the article, "Ohio Joins Club Captive" in the August 2014 Issue.
“My read on this is it is a regulatory resource
decision – ‘we can get comfortable
keeping our hands on a single parent transaction,
a large deductible type programme,
we feel we can financially keep an eye on
that’. You start getting into things like agency
captives and group captives and they just
simply say they are not going to put the resources
into keeping track of that.”
Becker's Hospital Review features Michael Schroeder's Latest Article, "Healthcare Delivery and Its Financing Growing Closer"
June 17, 2014
The June 2014 Becker's Hospital Review Issue features Michael Schroeder's article, "Healthcare Delivery and Its Financing Growing Closer" and explains more about a market development that actually looks consistent with PPACA's objective of making healthcare delivery more efficient and less expensive.
"Healthcare reform is certainly receiving its share of abuse. Whether the conversation is local or national, private or public,
one is sure to hear how the PPACA is nothing but bad news. Job destruction and the ruin of one's ability to direct personal
healthcare are on the forefront of this criticism. Rarely do you hear a positive comment related to the law."
Roundstone highlighted in Synergy Health Strategies Press Release; Roundstone VP David Konrad Quoted
May 1, 2014
Kalamazoo, MI: Employers with at least 25 employees will now be able to more effectively self-insure their group health insurance under the umbrella of a locally-forming captive. Synergy Health Strategies, L.L.C. is partnering with nationally recognized Roundstone Management, Ltd. of Ohio to manage the group captive.
Captives have been utilized by larger U.S. companies for decades to self-insure against multiple risks, but their use for health insurance by mid-sized employers is a relatively new phenomenon. According to Roundstone’s David Konrad, “While we’ve been managing a very successful health insurance captive for 10 years, it wasn’t until the last two that interest has soared. We’re seeing many companies take advantage of the increased control, transparency, risk sharing, and returns offered by a group captive.”
Open Minds Article focuses on Roundstone and Nationwide partnership
October 22, 2013
The Open Minds article, "Nationwide Insurance Partners With Roundstone Management To Offer Self-Insured Employee Health Benefits," delves into our Mid-Market Med Medical Stop Loss Program.
"Nationwide Insurance, best known for its property and casualty insurance products, has contracted with Roundstone Management, Ltd. to market a stop-loss product for
small- to mid-size businesses seeking to offer self-insured employee health benefits, rather than purchase a group health insurance plan. Roundstone offers a product for
groups of multiple, related, or non-related organizations with between 50 to 1,000 employees each enabling the organizations to pool their risks above a self-insured
Roundstone in Forbes
September 23, 2013
The Forbes Magazine article, "While Health Insurers Sleep, Nationwide Enters Health Insurance Market," makes mention of the Roundstone managed captive. Roundstone will be the exclusive captive manager for the EHOP (Employer Health Ownership Plan).
Roundstone President Michael Schroeder Interviewed by WorkCompCentral
April 11, 2013
Mike Schoeder was quoted in Concerns Mount over Ohio's Ballooning Self-Insured PEOs by David Dankwa of WorkCompCentral.
Roundstone President Michael Schroeder in Business Insurance Magazine
March 10, 2013
Mike Schoeder was quoted in Medical Stop-loss Captives Make Self-funding Easier for Mid-market Firms by Joanne Wojcik of Business Insurance.
Roundstone President Michael Schroeder's Article Wellness and ROI is featured in Corporate Wellness Magazine.
December 20, 2012
Learn how wellness provides a great opportunity for both employer and employee to work together and reduce health care expense for each.
Roundstone Management, Ltd. and Nationwide Life Insurance Company Announce Managing General Underwriter Agreement
October 1, 2012
Roundstone Management and Nationwide Life Insurance Company are pleased to announce a new Managing General Underwriter Agreement effective October 1, 2012.
Through this agreement, Roundstone and Nationwide will focus on Group Captives and will be the only resource for a one-stop, complete, turnkey, group captive underwriting facility offering stop loss coverage.
Roundstone Managed West Virginia Workers' Compensation Consortium was selected by Risk and Insurance Magazine as 2012 Risk Innovator Winners: Construction
September 19, 2012
A group captive blazes a trail by proposing a model to put union contractors on an equal footing with nonunion competitors.
The consortium is managed by Roundstone Mgmt. Ltd. in Westlake Village, Ohio,
and claims are managed by Wells Fargo. More than 30 members belong to the
captive, up from the original 13.
Roundstone's Proud Award Nominated Involvement with the West Virginia Workers' Compensation Consortium
September 17, 2012
Captive Review nominated the West Virginia Workers’ Compensation Consortium (WVWCC) for its 2012 Innovation in Captive Management Award and Group/Association Captive of the Year. Roundstone is proud of its involvement in this insurance program partnership between labor and management. As the Captive Program Manager who developed and manages this very successful program from inception to its current roster of 32 members; we want to thank all the stakeholders for their commitment to safety and success.
Group Captive Looking Good as published in the Self Insured, August 2012 Issue
September 7, 2012
Recent news highlight court decisions, legislative action and market dynamics is providing a boost to the group captive insurance approach.
Partnering with Roundstone Means Growth
The Group Captive Meets Medical Expense
What Lies Ahead: A Blue Ribbon Panel Eyes the Future of the Independent Agency System
Cell Captives are the Right Move
Experts Give Their View of Agents' Future
Unbundled Captives are the Way of the Future
The Group Captive Meets Medical Expense