NCCIA Captive Owners Forum
Exclusive Owners Forum
The NCCIA Annual Conference unveils in 2021 a half day pre-conference Owners Forum designed for the Captive Owner and their employees attending the Conference for the first time. All conference topics are fresh, innovative and you’ll hear them first in 2021 from a captive domicile that has repeatedly been on the crest of the wave for service and innovation, North Carolina.
Monday, Aug 30th
Governance Issues for the Captive Owner
The structural heart of any organization is the quality of its management and an appropriate foundation in operating principles. Proper governance, effectively and continuously applied and maintained, will assure that the organization succeeds in its goals. Learn the best governance practices and strategies for your captive.
Life Cycle of a Captive Insurance Company
Captives go through different stages in their lifetime. In this session a captive owner, a CPA, captive manager and an actuary discuss what to expect and what to avoid.
An Introduction to the NC Department of Insurance and the NC Captive Insurance Association
The NC Department of Insurance is dedicated to the delivery of the highest customer service to the industry. You will learn the tools available through the department to achieve excellence in managing your Captive. The NCCIA works to represent the Captive Industry before the legislature and other governmental bodies. You will learn how your affiliation with the association will enhance your understanding of the governmental process.
First Time Captive Owners and Their Employees can attend the half day pre-conference Owners Forum for $200. Register for the entire conference for only $500, a $250 savings. Either registration includes one year free membership in NCCIA, a $500 value. The pre-conference Owners Forum is included in the registration fees for Captive Owners who have attended prior conferences.
Register now to hear from leading authorities and insurance department representatives the latest information affecting how your captive can operate more effectively and efficiently.