Captive owners should think like manufacturers when considering whether to add new lines of business to their captive, according to T. J. Strickland, partner of the insurance services group at Rives and Associates.
With CICA having cancelled its annual conference due to the Coronavirus, the captive industry conference-going community will have to wait a little longer for the opportunity to meet new and old colleagues and discuss industry trends over break-time coffee and cakes.
The Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) Conference has been declared a “no handshake” event by its organisers, in order to protect delegates from the possibility of COVID-19 contagion.
North Carolina will kick off its annual conference in May with a day dedicated exclusively to captive owners.
Captive owners will increasingly need to lean on advice from their service providers as they attempt to navigate an unfamiliar hardening market, according to Anne Marie Towle, global captive solutions leader at Hylant.
A bill to update the Alabama Captive Insurers Act has passed unanimously in the state’s House insurance committee in a move authorities hope will lead to growth of the captive industry in Alabama.
The State of Connecticut’s insurance department has made a number of proposals designed to make it a more desirable jurisdiction for captive insurance companies.
Delaware issued 56 captive insurance licenses in 2019, according to data released by state insurance commissioner Trinidad Navarro.
Phil Giles, the former vice president of sales and marketing for accident and health at QBE North America, has left the company to join a new venture called MSL Captive Solutions, a company owned by Strategic Risk Solutions (SRS) that specialises in underwriting and consulting services for captives writing medical stop loss coverage.
Don Yaeger will be the keynote speaker for the Captive Insurance Companies Association’s (CICA) 2020 International Conference, being held from March 8-10 in California.