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Delaware Captive Insurance Association Plans 2017 Spring Forum

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March 20, 2017

The Delaware Captive Insurance Association (DCIA) has released details on its upcoming 2017 Spring Forum, to be held May 8–9, 2017, at Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington, Delaware.

At this year's forum, the DCIA will introduce Delaware's newly elected insurance commissioner, Trinidad Navarro. Attendees will be able to meet the new commissioner and network with key stakeholders from all segments of the Delaware captive domicile. DCIA leaders are predicting the forum will be a timely, educational, and networking event.

Educational program highlights will include the following. 

  • "TOIs, Investigations, and Campaignsthe Tools of the IRS" with speakers Mark D. Allison and Charlie Ruchelman of Caplin & Drysdale
  • "Developing Audit CasesThe Status and Activities of Captive Owners Going to Court Against the IRS" with speakers Charles J. Lavelle, senior partner, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, and Kacie N. Dillon, Esq., partner, Woolston & Tarter P.C.
  • "Actuarial DynamicsA Round Table Discussion" with speakers Kyle Mrotek, consulting actuary, Actuarial Advantage, Inc.; Brian Johnson, managing principal, Bartlett Actuarial Group, Ltd.; and Margaret Conroy, chief actuary P&C, director of captive market development DE, Windsor Strategy Partners
  • "ERC Captives: Regulatory and Legislative Update" with speaker Ryan Work, senior director, government relations, Self-Insurance Institute of America
See the complete forum program, and register by March 31, 2017, to receive the early bird registration discount.
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