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Emerging Talent: Adam Miholic, Senior captive consultant, Hylant

Oct 09, 2019
Emerging Talent: Adam Miholic, Senior captive consultant, Hylant
From: Captive Insurance Times, October 2, 2019

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Personal Bio:
I was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. I am married to Lauren, and we have a beautiful ninemonth-old baby girl named Sloan. We also have a “fur-baby,” a black Lab named Comiskey. As you can see from the Lab’s name, I am a White Sox’s fan. Besides spending time with my family I am passionate about sports. Both coaching and being a fan. I also enjoy woodworking as a hobby.

Professional Bio: I’m a senior captive consultant at Hylant working with clients and prospects to model and evaluate various captive insurance structures that will best protect and finance risk for corporations of any size and industry. With over eight years’ experience, I have extensive knowledge leading captive feasibility and modelling projects for group captives, cell captives, risk retention groups and both large and small single-parent captive entities. I have also worked with other insurance brokers in various roles including vice president captive solutions and director of alternative risk. 

How did you end up in the captive industry?
As a commercial lines account manager for a brokerage firm, I had many clients who were captive owners or members of a group facility. I started to see the values and benefits attributed to captive from the user-side and really enjoyed working with my clients on that aspect of their programme. After receiving my MBA and looking to expand my career into a more strategic role, I had the opportunity to join a large consulting company where I was responsible for educating prospects on the various types of captives. My roles and responsibilities have grown exponentially since then, and now I consult current and prospective captive owners on potential opportunities, lead feasibility analyses, and aid in captive implementation across all industries and geographies. 

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