Thursday, January 26, 2017
Brady Young and Chaz Lavelle
1 hour 1 minute
2017 promises to be a critical year for the captive insurance industry. Changes in the 831(b) election and greater reporting requirements are impacting small captives, a sector which has fueled the growth of the industry in the past few years. Does this mean a down turn in the use of captives or will growth in traditional captive use and new coverages such as medical stop loss see continued growth in captives? In our annual market update we explore these developing trends and report on activity in 2016. Specific topics to be covered will include:
- Analysis of captive activity in 2016.
- An overview of the 831(b) and small captive landscape.
- A review of traditional property & casualty captive use including medical malpractice captives and risk retention groups.
- Analysis of medical stop loss and benefit uses of captives.
- Commentary on major regulatory, accounting and infrastructure developments affecting the industry.
- Projections for 2017.
This webinar is suitable for existing and prospective captive owners looking to get an update on developments in the captive insurance industry.
Brady Young, President, Strategic Risk Solutions. Brady has over 20 years’ experience consulting to captives. He has been involved in the formation of numerous captives and has provided strategic and operational consulting to many of SRS’s clients. He has led SRS and its captive services for the past 18 years.
Charles (Chaz) Lavelle, Partner, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP. Chaz is a member of the Tax and Finance Practice Group at Bingham Greenebaum Doll. He regularly counsels clients in the formation, operation and taxation of captive insurance companies, and is a frequent speaker and writer on captive insurance topics. Chaz was outside Tax Counsel for both Humana and Ocean Drilling in their captive insurance victories in the U.S. Court of Appeals.
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