The growing sophistication of risk managers, increasing competition among captive domiciles and the flexible nature of the self-insurance mechanism have given buyers additional coverage options for difficult lines and extra clout with carriers at renewal time, according to industry experts.

Even in a softening commercial insurance market, captive growth has remained steady, said Nancy Gray, executive director for North America at Aon Insurance Managers in Burlington, Vt.

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