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Captive Insurance Conference Begins in Vermont

2017 VCIA Conference "Mission: Possible!" logo: a female spy and a male spy carrying a briefcase are running through a field of red laser beams.
August 08, 2017

On the eve of the 32nd Vermont Captive Insurance Association (VCIA) Conference, Burlington's rainy streets played host to puddle-jumping conference-goers. "Mission: Possible!" was on their minds as they stealthily maneuvered their way to a pre-conference networking reception and awards dinner destinations.

This year's 2½-day "Mission: Possible!" VCIA Conference will host 1,100 people from around the world. Networking and education events are scheduled August 8–10 at the Sheraton Burlington Hotel, with an offsite reception at the Lake Champlain Waterfront Park.

Attendees will have access to tiered learning levels—from basic sessions to the most advanced. Those who attend the sessions can receive continuing professional education, continuing legal education, or International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) credits.

Tuesday's scheduled sessions included "Captives 101: Where the Mission Begins," "Getting the Most from Your Actuary," "Captive Governance Best Practices: Ethics, Conflicts of Interest, and More," "Operation RRG: Issues of the Day," "Benchmarking: Gathering Valuable Intel," "Tax Update: Intelligence Briefing" (ICCIE Hot Topic Webinar), "Expanding Your Captive Business Plan," and VCIA's annual meeting and legislative update for members. Also planned was an exhibitors reception for the nearly 100 companies exhibiting at VCIA.

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