Conferences, Webinars, and Events

Alabama Captive Insurance Association Sets 2021 Conference Dates

May 14, 2021

The Alabama Captive Insurance Association (ACIA) will hold its 2021 conference August 24–26 at the Grand Hotel Golf Resort and Spa in Point Clear, Alabama. The ACIA says the conference will host insurance professionals, captive owners, regulators, and risk management and insurance students. Read More

Registration Opens for 2021 Virtual Bermuda Captive Conference

May 7, 2021

Registration is underway for this year's Bermuda Captive Conference. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference will be held June 14–15, 2020, as a virtual event. Conference organizers say this year's event will provide cutting-edge content, examine emerging trends in the captive market, and provide meaningful networking experiences. Read More

North Carolina Captive Insurance Group Planning In-Person Conference

May 3, 2021

In another sign that the COVID-19 pandemic is easing, the North Carolina Captive Insurance Association (NCCIA) has announced that its upcoming 2021 annual conference will be held in person, not online. The conference will be held August 30 through September 1 in Durham, North Carolina. Read More

As Businesses Evolve, So Can Their Approach to Captive Insurance

April 14, 2021

For some companies, the move into captive insurance can be a process that evolves with the business, with the organization starting with a segregated cell before ultimately moving into a wholly owned captive. Economies of scale might become available as companies move along the size and premium spectrum. Read More

As COVID-19 Changes Health Care, Employers Look to Captive Insurance

April 12, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed health care in many ways, with those changes increasing employers' consideration of captive insurance stop-loss arrangements. Rising healthcare costs had employers moving to place stop-loss coverage in captives even before the pandemic. Changes in healthcare delivery and shifting employee demographics are increasing the trend. Read More