The Connecticut Captive Insurance Association (CCIA) will hold a “Captive Insurance Day at the Capitol” on the 14th of May in Hartford, Connecticut. The program of events, according to organisers, “ are intended to build awareness regarding the growing captive insurance market in the state and to educate members of Connecticut’s General Assembly about the benefits of captive insurance.
The day will begin with a CCIA “members only” breakfast with legislators, followed by an Informational Hearing before the Insurance and Real Estate Committee about captive insurance. The day will conclude with a town hall style meeting with the state’s chef captive regulator, John Thomson.
Tom Hodson, president of the CCIA, said: “Senator Joe Crisco and Representative Bob Megna, the co-chairs of the General Assembly’s Insurance and Real Estate Committee, have been tremendous supporters of Connecticut’s captive insurance initiative. This special day was Senator Crisco’s idea and we are so pleased to able to showcase Connecticut as the new domicile of choice in the US.”
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