The International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) has four new courses scheduled to begin in October 2021. Course topics include an introduction to alternative risk financing mechanisms, captive formation and operations, captive investment basics, and captive regulation.
The International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) is delighted to announce a new partnership with International Risk Management Institute, Inc. (IRMI), and Captive.com that will connect IRMI's online self-paced captive insurance modules with ICCIE's ACI and CCI designations.
The International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) has three new courses scheduled to begin in September. Courses launching in September include "Accounting for Captives: Financial Reporting and Analysis," "Understanding Risk and Risk Retention Mechanisms," and "Business Ethics in the Captive Insurance Industry."
The Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) has released the first three webinars in its 2021 Digital Education Series. The three webinars include "Captives 101—Understanding Captive Basics," "Taking Your Medical Stop-Loss to the Next Level," and "Navigating from a Segregated Cell to a Wholly Owned Captive."
An enterprise-wide approach to sustainability that incorporates opportunities and risks over the long term is one of the latest phases of companies' efforts to communicate nonfinancial issues such as social responsibility and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) matters, according to a new guide.
The International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) has announced the availability of several scholarship opportunities. ICCIE is accepting applications for the 2021 Harry House Captive Insurance Scholarship and the Vermont Captive Insurance Association Distinguished Scholar Award.
The biggest advantage to writing third-party business through a captive insurance company is that it may provide a tax advantage, according to David Lang, principal, consulting actuary with Milliman. An organization may be able to defer taxes on its unpaid claim liabilities, much like an insurance company.