(Southern Pines, NC)… For the second straight year North Carolina was awarded the Domicile of the Year Award from US Captive Review in the less than $5 billion of Gross Written Premium category. NCCIA Chair Matt Holycross applauded the NCDOI Captive Division’s hard work upon receiving the news. “The North Carolina captive industry has demonstrated steady growth since it’s inception and it’s exciting to see its paying off as North Carolina has emerged as one of the leading captive domiciles. The commitment to customer service from Senior Deputy Commissioner Debbie Walker and her strong team of knowledgeable, customer engaged regulators went a long way in achieving this award. North Carolina was the first domicile to hold a major conference after the pandemic and will continue to lead as NCCIA will hold the first major domicile conference in North America, May 1-4, 2022 at the Washington Duke Inn in Durham.”
If you would like to be apart of not only the fastest growing domicile but the upcoming conference please apply to host one of our sessions, the deadline for submission is November 12, 2021.
For further information contact Thomas Adams at the NCCIA headquarters.
151 Crest Road
Southern Pines, NC 28387