The 2024 World Captive agenda is subject to change. Last updated January 9, 2024.

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
12:30 PM - 5:00 PM
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
General Track

The decision to form a captive insurance company is an important process that reflects the unique needs and interests of an organization. The session will focus on the basics of captive insurance, the reasons for formation, the different types of captives utilized, the feasibility process and actuarial considerations, and address key issues in putting a successful captive program together. Attendees will gain an understanding of the costs associated with captives, capital requirements, operations, and the domicile selection process. 

Kay Eisenstein Jeff Kenneson Mike Meehan Paul Phillips Jim DeVoe-Talluto
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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8:00 AM
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM
General Track
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Sebastian Antony
10:00 AM - 10:10 AM
10:10 AM - 11:00 AM
General Track

This session will focus on the breakdown of a captive feasibility study and the importance of laying the foundational strategy for a captive as you build out the initial business plan.  This session will explore with a captive owner who recently went through the process of a study and shares the lessons learned.  These lessons learned are impactful for others who may be interested in learning more about a captive feasibility study and benefits of a captive. 

ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 


Greg Kritz Daniel Linton Anne Marie Towle
Property/Casualty Track

The traditional P&C insurance industry is still struggling with rate hikes and unpredictable and significant insurable losses due to climate, political instability and other economic factors. Many small and medium-sized companies are unable to purchase insurance coverage at an affordable level. How can they switch to a captive solution quickly to enable them to manage down their insurance costs? This session will cover some of the market innovations to help them do just that!

Following this presentation, audience members will be able to take steps to quickly switch from a traditional insurance cover to a captive solution; understand how captive domiciles and insurance managers are using technology and innovation to speed up access to off-the-shelf captives; understand the relative costs and benefits of insuring in the traditional market versus using an off-the-shelf captive.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Michael Domanski Dan Petterson Barry White
Employee Benefits Track

Large employers have been told for a while now to bring their employer stop loss coverage into the captive. While usually a great idea, there are traps to avoid in doing so. We will walk you through some of them to ensure your conversion is successful.

Following this presentation, audience members will be able to prepare stakeholders for the possibility of the change; take steps to bring the LOB into the captive with fewer problems; and know some of the rough spots in marketing and implementing the program.

Catherine Dorrien timothy pollis
11:00 AM - 11:10 AM
11:10 AM - 12:00 PM
General Track

This panel will discuss the particular risks and coverages implicated, how to effectively underwrite ESG exposures, and how ESG plays into the investment strategy of the captive insurance company.  The presentation will be geared toward captive owners, underwriters, bankers, and third-party administrators and other captive industry service providers.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Marco Hensel Jonathan Meer Nate Reznicek
Employee Benefits Track

International and domestic captives for employee benefits have become a common practice for organizations due to the cost-saving benefits. Qualitative benefits, such as access to greater data and more control over plan designs and plan provisions, are key drivers for employers. This panel discussion will explore how employee benefit programs can offer third-party coverage while improving captive risk distribution framework, allowing organizations to gain efficiencies on their capital.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Felipe Chacon Prabal Lakhanpal Dan Morgan
General Track

As the landscape of business and risk management processes continues to evolve, insurance captives have emerged as an agile solution that can seamlessly adapt to an organization's changing needs. Today, captives come in diverse sizes and structures, making them versatile tools capable of supporting a wide spectrum of clients.

During this session, we will hear from captive owners representing various facets of captive utilization, shedding light on how they integrate captives at the core of their risk management strategy. Regardless of where your company's risk profile may fall, there exists a captive solution that can accommodate it. This ranges from smaller captives designed to address catastrophic risks to more conventional captives writing emerging risks such as third-party business and other P&C risks.

Join us for a panel discussion featuring captive owners, as they delve into the concept of phased captive growth plans that can align with your organization's evolving risk management philosophy. Whether you already have an established captive or are exploring the potential of establishing a wholly owned captive insurance entity, this session offers valuable insights for you.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

John O'Neil Michael Serricchio Miki Yamanoi
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 1:50 PM
Employee Benefits Track

Are you looking to take your captive to the next level? Find out how you can diversify your captive with employee benefits and other non-traditional risks.

Join the panelists as they dissect the relationship between captives and employee benefits (EB). They will discuss the signs that suggest you’re ready to diversify your P&C captive by adding employee benefits.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

STEVEN BAUMAN Julie Nye Erin O'Grady Nick Spearing
General Track

The session will cover considerations that large global and multinational companies face in the cross-border tax space when forming and operating a captive, including transfer pricing considerations, IPT and income tax impacts including payment of claims to cross-border subsidiaries.

Following this presentation, audience members will be able to identify tax issues related to global captive expansion and global captive programs; determine questions that need to be asked before expanding their captive globally; and assess potential exposures companies may have with global captive programs in place.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Alex Gedge Daniel Kusaila Mikhail Raybshteyn
Property/Casualty Track

Insurance market pressures are fueling the growing use of property insurance in captives to combat rate increases and capacity reductions. Captives are a viable risk financing solution in response to these market-driven issues for qualified clients.

Deductible buydown or deductible reimbursement policies, fronted policies and structured solutions are ways in which captives may participate in property coverage. This session will explain the effective use of placement of property risk for both price and capacity in commercial business as well as for catastrophe coverage.

Following this presentation, audience members will be able to understand the effective use of a captive for property placements and how to use a captive as leverage for placement negotiations; the different property insurance placement options for both primary and excess layers; and the collateral needs of insuring companies and how captives offer a risk financing solution.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Heather Graziani Seth Madnick Roberto Rivera-Rodriguez
1:50 PM - 2:00 PM
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM
General Track

Session to be hosted in Spanish.

Latam continues to be an emerging market and hard market conditions are forcing prospects around the region to reassess their risk management strategies. Join us in the Latam session to discuss the importance of the feasibility study to assess the critical steps of a captive formation and to understand how catastrophic risks and its modeling are playing a key role in recent captive formations and inquiries in the region.

En Español

Latam: La importancia del estudio de factibilidad & Riesgos emergentes impulsando crecimiento.


Latam sigue siendo un mercado emergente y las duras condiciones del mercado están obligando a los prospectos en toda la región a reevaluar sus estrategias de gestión de riesgos. Únase a nosotros en la sesión de Latam para discutir la importancia del estudio de factibilidad para evaluar los pasos críticos de la formación de una cautiva, así como comprender cómo los riesgos catastróficos y su modelación están jugando un papel clave en las creaciones de nuevas cautivas recientemente en la región.

Luis Delgado Jose Martinez Diego Monsalve
Property/Casualty Track

This highly anticipated annual session will address fronting challenges and how to navigate them as well as the generational hard reinsurance market; what it means for captive owners, captive managers and more.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Nicholas Frost Rick Hartmann Keith Nevett JASON TYNG Michael Woodroffe
Employee Benefits Track

Offering attractive employee benefits packages has become a strategic imperative for organizations to both attract and retain top talent in a highly competitive job market. The flexibility and bespoke nature of captive-based Employee Benefits programs can enable organizations offer new and expanded benefits that are more ‘people-centric’ and extend well beyond the traditional employee benefits risk profiles.

Michael Madden Mike Matthews Virginia Whitham Brian Quinn
2:50 PM - 3:00 PM
3:00 PM - 3:50 PM
General Track

With a growing market for captives and creative solutions, curiosity rises about how legacy experts can assist.

Learn how a captive can utilize their capital more efficiently, redeploy their capital to other lines of business, eliminate unwanted legacy business, or, in the case of dormant captives or captives that no longer fit their original purpose, exit the captive space completely.  

Our panelists will discuss runoff in general and as it relates to the captive market from both the perspective of the buyer and the seller. The panel of experts will provide case studies on actual transactions.

Following this presentation, audience members will be able to understand the size and growth in the legacy market and how it underpins the entire insurance sector; understand the many types of transactions that are offered to captives via the legacy market; and understand through the discussion of case studies how a legacy transaction can benefit a captive.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Carolyn Fahey Jose Martinez Steve McElhiney Alexander O'Shea
General Track

Diversity is more than just a trendy buzzword – when businesses have diverse teams, they reap the benefits of higher profitability, greater innovation, better decision-making, and more engaged employees. While the positive impact of workplace diversity is well studied and documented, companies still struggle to get it right due to challenges in hiring and a lack of understanding of exactly what creates diversity.

Members of Amplify Women engage in a panel discussion about the challenges and benefits of attracting and retaining a diverse workforce. The discussion will ask panel members to provide their own experiences of diversity in the workplace, explain the benefits of diversity at all levels of a company, offer real examples of how a diverse workforce can be attracted and retained, and offer advice on the challenges of navigating diversity in the workplace. Please join this session as members of Amplify Women provide their insight on how building a diverse team can drive growth and innovation in your captive.

Following this presentation, audience members will be able to clearly understand that DEI initiatives are here to stay. Organizations that choose not to embrace this way of doing business will ultimately fall behind in the competitive landscape.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Rae Brown Melissa Hollingsworth Amy O'Brien Anne Marie Towle
Property/Casualty Track

With soaring property and casualty rates, companies seek options to reduce costs and risks.  Join leading industry experts as they discuss risk mitigation benefits to companies financing their risks in a way that is conducive to its own unique dynamics and structure, regulations specific to the captive market and state-specific reporting requirements.

Following this presentation, audience members will be able to identify key drivers for the continued growth of the captive market; understand the benefits of captive insurers as a risk-financing tool; and navigate state regulatory requirements applicable to the alternative insurance market.

Sharon Binnun Fred Karlinsky Ken Vincent
3:50 PM - 4:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
General Track

This one-hour course provides in-depth analysis and discussion outlining current fraud identifiers, trends and schemes while providing tools and strategies to combat fraud in detail. Following this presentation, attendees will be able to handle claims with an investigative mindset knowing what the most common 'red flags' are related to fraud and implement current and effective investigative fraud defenses that will position them to mitigate claim exposure and build a fraud case before sending to the applicable state agencies.

Kevin Lederer Kristofer Vander Pyl David Shoaff
General Track

Delegates will gather in small groups to discuss a wide range of topics related to captive insurance. Each roundtable is led by an industry expert who facilitates the discussion among the delegates. Delegates have the option of remaining at one roundtable discussion group throughout the session or to move to another table during a mid-session break. Discussions will each be 25 minutes in length. 

Edward Tyburski Lori Semlies Brian Quinn Felipe Chacon Dawn Hiestand Gabriel Rueda Eduardo Fox Guilden Gilbert Mikhail Raybshteyn
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
7:30 AM
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
7:30 AM - 1:00 PM
8:25 AM - 8:30 AM
8:30 AM - 9:20 AM
General Track

Attend this session for a real-world cell captive that provided a solution to a real-world market problem that the commercial market could not respond to hear how the program was built from the ground up and how it serves this new market today. All participants will be part of the discussion, plan to participate in this interactive session. The speakers will also share an international story on two case studies for off shore cells that are solving problems.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Renea Louie Joe Marcantel Jeff Simpson
9:20 AM - 9:30 AM
9:30 AM - 10:20 AM
General Track

The regulatory update session will focus on key developments in captive insurance regulation among various domiciles. Discussion will cover topics related to trends, best practices, and laws and regulations impacting the captive industry and current operating environment. 

Timae Flood Jonathan Habart Steve Kinion Sean O'Donnell Mark Wiedeman
10:20 AM - 10:40 AM
10:40 AM - 11:30 AM
General Track

AI is becoming more and more realistic and relevant, and conference attendees will be interested in learning and discussing the benefits and risks, underwriting, and the potential impact on healthcare providers and their insurers, captive insurers and reinsurers.

Following this presentation, audience members will be able to better understand the benefits and risks associated with evolving AI technology in health care.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Amanda Avila Lainie Dorneker Tim Folk Noelle Sheehan
General Track

Join the captive industry’s NEXTGen leaders in a collaborative and interactive session centered upon vital topics to professionals new to the industry. This session will provide two discussion group opportunities to collaborate on building your brand, elevating your leadership, surpassing expectations in networking, and acclimating to the captive industry. While this session is centered upon elevating the next generation of talent in the captive industry, we encourage all to attend who feel their experiences could bring value to the greater community.

Dylan Feringa Karen Hsi Brittany Nevins Claire Richardson
General Track

What new risks does AI bring to the world of business? What does this technology mean for the cybersecurity landscape? What are the latest legal and regulatory challenges? What does this all mean for the Insurance sector going forward? This panel will feature a discussion among three experts from three different industries, bringing together perspectives across insurance, cybersecurity, and legal domains.

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Jaymin Kim Jarrett Kolthoff Mary Jane (MJ) Wilson-Bilik
11:30 AM - 11:40 AM
11:40 AM - 12:40 PM
General Track

This highly anticipated session will cover an update on state and local income tax, tax issues involving captive insurers, and direct placement taxes. Panelists will dive deep into the latest case addressing the deductibility of premiums paid to a captive and related issues discussed in the court case. 

 ICCIE Continued Education credit available for session participants. 

Joe Holahan Daniel Kusaila Brianna Rotunno Bruce Wright
12:40 PM - 12:45 PM
1:00 PM