Madison Scottsdale

Madison Scottsdale

8777 N. Gainey Center Drive
Suite 220
AZ 85258

Anjanette Fowler



Madison Scottsdale delivers yield-focused, total return to captive insurance companies. Our proprietary process was developed over twenty years ago and it includes a comprehensive analysis of the insurer’s financials, liability profile, regulatory issues, and its unique operational drivers. A fully customized investment strategy is carefully crafted for each insurer.

As the insurance asset management division of an investment complex with $16 billion* in assets under management, our resources and capabilities are substantial. We offer full transparency, no conflicts of interest, institutional pricing, and ongoing, direct portfolio manager interface.

Turnkey or a la carte services include: fixed income management; active and passive equity management; strategic asset allocation; IPS development/refinement; asset/liability management; gain/loss pairing; stress testing; interest rate sensitivity analysis; book yield analysis; peer review; regulatory reporting; compliance monitoring; OTTI sensitivity analysis; Schedule D reporting; and 24/7 on-line portfolio accounting.

Accomplishing genuine Enterprise Risk Management requires ongoing analysis and monitoring, as well as a series of controls crossing multiple disciplines accompanied by a cohesive plan to help facilitate adaptability. We can help your captive in each of these areas. For more information, please visit or contact Rob Fletcher at 800-767-8020 or
Madison Scottsdale Features archive
Captive Insurance Times
The risks of a captive insurer’s operations tend to be narrower and less diversified than those of typical multi-line insurers, but, according to Anjanette Fowler of Madison Scottsdale, this can be a double-edged sword
Understanding the pitfalls is the first step in avoiding them, according to Matt Hayner and Paul Lefurgey of Madison Scottsdale
Madison Scottsdale Interview archive
Captive Insurance Times
Madison Scottsdale is encouraging captive decision makers to shift to a more balanced focus when it comes to investment decisions through investment education and well-conceived investment policies. Jeffrey Matthias explains