Donald Riggin is the president of the ART of Captives, a consultancy specializing in alternative risk financing techniques. He provides corporate and public sector clients with state-of-the-art risk financing advice and services. These include captive and self-insurance feasibility analysis, alternative risk transfer facility implementation and review services, expert witness services and a wide spectrum of risk financing solutions. Riggin’s career spans more than 35 years, creating insurance and alternative risk financing structures in firms such as Johnson & Higgins, Marsh, Aon and Willis Towers Watson.
Riggin wrote and edited IRMI’s Risk Financing, a quarterly reference service published by the International Risk Management Institute, in Dallas. Riggin also wrote and edited Financing Risk & Reinsurance, a monthly journal devoted to enterprise risk management, financial reinsurance and the convergence of the insurance and capital markets. FRR was also published by IRMI. Riggin wrote Guide to Captives and Alternative Risk Financing, a text and desk reference published by the National Underwriter Company in 2013. Riggin is a frequent speaker at industry events such as the RIMS Annual Conference and Exhibition, the Captive Insurance Companies Association annual conference and the World Captive Forum.
Riggin holds a bachelor of science degree from Towson University, as well as the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter and the Associate in Risk Management professional designations.