Teleconferences/ACI CE Credit

Some of the Cayman Captive Forum sessions qualify for ICCIE teleconference or CE credit. The below modules qualify for credit. To receive ICCIE teleconference or CE credit, please complete the sign-in sheet at the session or obtain a certificate of completion for your participation and forward it to the ICCIE office.

Designation students: No more than one of the three required teleconferences may be obtained through documented attendance at approved modules at captive conferences.

ACI recipients:
There is no limit to the number of CEs that may be obtained through documented attendance at approved modules at captive conferences. (NEW).

To receive credit for this live session, there is a charge of $100 ($75 for AAN members).  The ICCIE Office will notify you after the conference regarding methods of payment.  To receive credit, payments must be made within 30 days of receiving notification. (NEW)

ACI graduates can take advantage of a CE Subscription Package.  ACIs can prepay for their 12 credits in webinars and live sessions at Captive Conferences for $1,100 (non-refundable).  This can be purchased at any time, and the credits may be used over more than one renewal window. (NEW)

You will receive one TC or one ICCIE CE for the following sessions:

Tuesday, November 27th
Captive Insurance: Tax Considerations for Taxable Entities

Captive Insurance: Tax Considerations for Tax-Exempt Entities

Offshore (Cayman) Captives in the Modern Era

Collateral Alternatives

Duties & Responsibilities of a Captive Board.

Is your IPS a mess?

Managing Investment and Underwriting Risk – Perspectives on
2018 and Beyond

Risk Distribution

Cutting through the mystery of financial reporting, what every group
captive owner should know.

Cayman Regulatory Update

Medical Stop Loss Captives

Wednesday, November 28th
Ridesharing in Healthcare

Investment Panel

How tax reform will affect your captive program

Batch Me if You Can

Analytics & How They Inform the Most Efficient Risk Transfer Mechanisms

How Captives Can Develop Cyber Strategies by Using MPL Lessons Learned

The #MeToo Movement in Healthcare

Hurricane Harvey – or, How I Spent My Summer Vacation

Thursday,  November 29th
Utilizing Enterprise Risk Management to Attack an Evolving Landscape of Workplace Violence

Taking Back Control of Litigation

Accessing Your Captive’s Surplus

Incorporating Telemedicine in Your Organization & Captive

The silver lining playbook of Ebola Preparedness: Utilizing Incident Command to manage any event

Managing Security Risks & Crisis events in a complex world

You be the Jury! The Trial of a Medical Malpractice Case

Claims Conundrums and Coverage Traps: How to Avoid Management Liability Coverage Disputes

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