Property and Casualty Reinsurance Fundamentals course is now available in the Captive Insurance CE Learning Center and provides CE, CPE, CFP, and PACE credit.
Captive.com has much to offer in addition to the frequent news items and articles it publishes on the Captive.com home page and in the Captive Wire, delivered daily via e-mail. We encourage you to click on the Resources tab above and review the numerous topics available to you. There is information of value to all those interested in or currently operating in the captive insurance industry.
Annually, A.M. Best issues a Best's Special Report on the US captive insurance market. The authors of that report are scheduled to review the “State of the Captive Insurance Market” in a webinar on Tuesday, August 4, 2015, from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (EDT). There is no charge for the registration.
Milliman has introduced an interactive platform that helps organizations evaluate their enterprise risk management (ERM) framework, access benchmark data, and identify improvement opportunities. The platform generates a complimentary report that provides practical suggestions that can be implemented by your organization.
The 30th Annual Vermont Captive Insurance Association (VCIA) Conference is 3 weeks away, and it is not too late to register! Scheduled for August 11-13, 2015, the event is themed "Expedition into Captive Learning."
The Louisiana Court of Appeal has held that the federal Liability Risk Retention Act preempts the Louisiana Direct Action Statute for a risk retention group that is licensed in another state.
Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation initiated a relief effort to help families who lost homes and property in the recent Texas floods and tornadoes.
For those of you residing in the other 49 states, this is little more than an interesting read. For those of you who reside in the great state of New York and own property or do construction contracting for a living, you are most likely quite aware of the infamous Scaffold Law.
The International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) is developing an Application Paper on Regulation & Supervision of Captive Insurers. The paper updates the guidance available to insurance supervisors on the application of aspects of regulation and supervision that are specifically relevant to captive insurers or reinsurers. The guidance has been updated to reflect the IAIS Insurance Core Principles subsequent to their revision in 2011 and highlights those matters specifically relevant to captive supervision.