2018 World Captive Forum

2018 World Captive Forum

Fort Lauderdale
31 - 06 January 2018
http://www.businessinsurance.com
Celebrating its 27th year, the 2018 World Captive Forum will address new and emerging risks facing companies and organizations worldwide, demonstrating how captives can offer solutions that may not be available in the traditional insurance marketplace. A domicile-neutral conference, the World Captive Forum provides in-depth, high-caliber educational content to risk managers, benefit managers and financial executives whose organizations have risks insured by a captive or who are exploring the formation of one. The meeting also draws leading providers of captive services, including captive management, legal, accounting, actuarial, claims, asset management, fronting and many other services, as well as numerous regulators and representatives from major domiciles. Additionally, delegates to the WCF enjoy unparalleled networking and business opportunities.

Who should attend?
• Captive owners and those interested in forming a captive
• Captive managers
• Service providers
• Investment managers
• Reinsurers
• Domicile regulators and officials
• Brokers

A sampling of 2017 registered companies include:
Alabama Farmers Cooperative, Inc.
Aon Captive & Insurance Management
Aon Risk Solutions
Appleby
Beecher Carlson
Bermuda Business Development Agency
Canon USA, Inc.
Caterpillar, Inc.
Cummins Inc.
DC Department of Insurance
Deutsche Post DHL
Ed Morse Automotive Group
ExxonMobil Risk Management, Inc.
FM Global
Gallagher Bassett
General Motors
Hawaii Insurance Division
International Paper
JLT Specialty USA
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Levi Strauss
Marsh
Metlife
Missouri Dept. of Insurance
Munich Re
National Restaurant Association
NJ Department of Banking and Insurance
North Carolina Department of Insurance
PepsiCo, Inc.
Performa Limited (US), LLC
R&Q Quest Captive Management
SC Department of Insurance
Sedgwick
South Carolina Dept. of Insurance
Southwest Airlines Co.
State of Delaware
State of Vermont DFR
Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance
The Coca-Cola Company
The Procter & Gamble Company
TN Department of Commerce & Insurance
UnitedHealth Group
Utah Department of Insurance
Vail Resorts Management Company
Willis Towers Watson
XL Catlin
Zurich
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January 2018
31 - 06
Celebrating its 27th year, the 2018 World Captive Forum will address new and emerging risks facing companies and organizations worldwide, demonstrating how captives can offer solutions that may not be available in the traditional insurance marketplace.
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AIG to acquire Validus
22 January 2018 | New York | Reporter: Ned Holmes
AIG has agreed to acquire all outstanding common shares of Validus, the provider of reinsurance, primary insurance and asset management services, in a deal worth $5.56 billion
South Carolina welcomes 15 new captives
19 January 2018 | Charleston | Reporter: Becky Butcher
The South Carolina Department of Insurance has licensed a total of 15 new captives in 2017
A.M. Best withdraws SARRG ratings
19 January 2018 | Oldwick | Reporter: Ned Holmes
A.M. Best has withdrawn the credit ratings of SARRG, after the company requested to no longer participate in the rating agency’s interactive rating process
Regions Insurance promotes Mike Breedlove
19 January 2018 | Alabama | Reporter: Ned Holmes
Regions Insurance has appointed Mike Breedlove as its new executive vice president of property and casualty operations
Advantage opens Vermont office
18 January 2018 | Vermont | Reporter: Ned Holmes
Advantage Insurance has opened a new office in Vermont to support its growing captive insurance services business
Tennessee captive premiums exceed $1 billion mark in 2017
18 January 2018 | Nashville | Reporter: Ned Holmes
Tennessee-domiciled captive insurance companies exceeded $1 billion in written premiums in 2017 for the first time, according to year-end figures from TDCI
JLT IM hires new senior account manager
17 January 2018 | Vermont | Reporter: Ned Holmes
JLT IM has appointed Jocelyn Lyman as a new senior account manager
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Dan Towle, president of CICA and Zach Finn, professor at Butler University, discuss their new professional development partnership, which will see students learn about the variety of career opportunities in captive insurance
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Alan Cabello of AGCS discusses blockchain technology, captives and the future
Alan Fine of Brown Smith Wallace explains how the industry should proceed after the Avrahami court case ruling
Dana Hentges Sheridan, general counsel and chief compliance officer at Active Captive Management, provides insight into the differences between business risks and insurance risks
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Michael Schroeder of Roundstone explains why transparency, control and cost savings are the secret sauce offered by a medical captive
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