(Southern Pines, NC)…..David Littlehale, Chair of the 2021 Annual Conference Committee announced the association has been approved for continuing education credits for holders of ACI designation from ICCIE, legal credits for attorneys and accounting credits for CPA’s. The in person conference is being held at the Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club in Durham, August 30 through September1.
In making the announcement Littlehale said “We are pleased to be able to add continuing education credits for holders of the ICCIE designation for the first time at the conference. This designation is growing in importance to the profession of captive management.” In 2015 North Carolina was the first domestic domicile to adopt an aspirational Code of Professional Conduct for the captive industry. “Offering continuing education credits for this designation is consistent with the ideals laid out in our Code of Professional Conduct” Littlehale concluded.
NCCIA has offered continuing education credits for attorneys and CPA’s for a number of years. With the 2021 Annual Conference NCCIA becomes the first major domestic domicile to offer continuing education credits at an “in person” event in 2021.
The conference Plenary Session kicks off on August 30th with a discussion by the principals in the CIC vs. IRS case Supreme Court’s decision in favor of the taxpayer. Sean King, President of CIC Insurance Services will headline the panel which also features attorneys Adam Webber, lead attorney on the appeal to SCOTUS and Kevin Daughtry lead attorney for the Captive Domicile Coalition which filed an amicus brief in the case.
To see the full program and register go to: https://nccia.org/nccia-conference-schedule/
For further information contact Thomas Adams at the NCCIA headquarters.
151 Crest Road
Southern Pines, NC 28387