The Connecticut Insurance Department and the National Network of Accountants come together to present a five-part webinar series designed to increase awareness of the benefits of a captive insurance arrangement alongside a commercial insurance program. This third session explores the regulatory matters associated with captive insurance companies, including formation, compliance, and termination arrangements, as well as ownership issues. You will learn the historical background behind captives and the tax and judicial issues surrounding private insurance companies.
- Identify how to form, maintain, and terminate a captive insurance entity
- Recognize ownership issues associated with captives
- Understand the tax and judicial issues surrounding private insurance companies
- None required.
Who Should Attend
This program is specifically designed for CPA firm leaders in Connecticut serving middle-market businesses.
We suggest viewing modules #1 and #2 prior to joining this session.
- Managing Director
- National Network of Accountants
I think we should start with the fact that I am a graduate engineer. I have two engineering designations.....mechanical engineering and nuclear engineering. I worked at Kennedy Space Center. So yes, I am a rocket scientist.
After leaving engineering, my life took an interesting turn, which resulted in me being involved in the retirement planning industry for the last 35 years. My specialized scientific and analytical approach allowed me to partner in the building of one of the largest pension actuarial firms in the Northeast. Today, I am currently a standing member of National Pension Partners (NationalPension.com), which is a nationwide network of pension specialists. As an innovator, I've complemented this experience, serving on... Read more
- Chief Regulator, Captive Insurance and Risk Retention Groups
- Connecticut Insurance Department - Captive Insurance Unit
Janet Grace is the Chief Regulator, Captive Insurance and Risk Retention Groups for the State of Connecticut.
A former consultant for Towers Watson, Grace has done extensive work in risk identification and coverage analysis, business process redesign, risk financing, strategic business planning, underwriting and reinsurance. She also spent 20 years with The Hartford where she was a senior account executive and underwrote business in a number of core units, including risk management.
Janet’s knowledge of the industry and her creative and consultative approach are the perfect combination for companies seeking to domicile their captives in the state.
- Founder and President
- Private Insurance Management, Inc
Paul is the founder and president of Private Insurance Management Inc. (PIM) a company that creates, designs, and manages captive insurance companies across the country. His background as a practicing attorney positions him to effectively work with state regulators, captive insurance service providers, and PIM’s clients and their professional advisors.
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Date & Time
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
11:00 AM EDT (see additional timezones)
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