Conferences, Webinars, and Events
As the gig economy grows with new business models that often don't fit traditional insurance offerings, captive insurance companies can serve as laboratories to address the risk while gathering data that ultimately might make the risks more palatable to commercial insurers.
The Tennessee Captive Insurance Association (TCIA) will hold a 2-day online captive insurance seminar December 8-9 that will focus on a number of captive issues. Session topics will include the Tennessee domicile, TCIA developments, legislative issues, and a regulators' panel.
The Captive Insurance Council of the District of Columbia Inc. has rescheduled its annual conference for October 27. The new conference, unlike the originally planned May conference that was canceled in late March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will be held online.
The current hard insurance market is markedly different from previous hard markets, with its basis in trends that have been developing for years, according to one panel of experts. On top of the hard insurance market, both buyers and insurers are dealing with operational issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thanks to support from its industry sponsors, the Bermuda Captive Conference is waiving the fee for the virtual event, making it free for attendees. Conference organizers announced earlier this year that the event, scheduled for September 9–11, would be conducted virtually due to continued uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.