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Examples of risks that are frequently not insured but can be insured in a captive include loss of a key customer or distributor, loss of a key employee, contingent business interruption, environmental liability, regulatory changes, trade secrets, intellectual property and cyber risk. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The adoption of captive insurance arrangements is on the rise, with middle-market business owners realizing both their risk management and planning benefits — but ambiguity and controversy has kept some business owners and their advisers at bay.

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