Some of CICA’s 2017 International Conference sessions qualify for ICCIE teleconference or CE 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: No more than four of the 12 CE credits, per renewal period, may be obtained through documented attendance at approved modules at captive conferences.
You will receive one TC or one ICCIE CE for the following sessions:
Monday, March 13, 2017
Funding Medical Stop Loss through Cell Captives
The Role of Analytics in Optimizing Captive Utilization
Lessons Learned from the Captive Feasibility Process
The Next Phase of Employee Benefits
When is a Business Risk an Insurance Risk
IBNR – What is it? Why do I have it? Is there a cure?
Captive 201: Next Steps
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Tax Update – The Good, Bad and Ugly
RRGs: Strategies for Handling Recent Regulatory Developments
Managing Captive Assets to Minimize Risk while Providing Income, Liquidity
“Disruptive Technology” … The New Frontier
Insuring the Excess Layers – In a Captive?
Comfort Zone + 1 Standard Deviation
Regulatory Interaction: A Small Captive Perspective in the Evolving State and Federal Climate
Prepare Now: Defy Disruption from Accounting Standards
Small Captive Claims Management: Disruptive Events or Disruptive Process?
The Sharing Economy: Growth Challenged and the Need for Alternatives
The New Political Landscape and How it Impacts Captives
Recent Developments in the Federal and State Tax Issues