Most of CICA’s 2020 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: There is no limit to the number of CEs that may be obtained through documented attendance at approved modules at captive conferences.

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.

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.

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

Monday, March 9

201: View from Across the Pond – Perspectives from Europe and Asia 

301: Risk Distribution in Small Captives

201: Cell Captive Solutions

301: Continuously Building Your Captive – Best Practices and How to Fine-tune Your Captive

201: Runoff and Exit Strategies for Captives

301: Optimizing Captive Utilization

101: How to Navigate the Excess and Reinsurance Market

201: Culture is the Key!


Tuesday, March 10

201: Non-Domiciliary State Taxation of Captives

301: The Captive and RRG Affinity Model

101: What’s This World Coming To (And How Does It Impact Your Portfolio)?

201: Tax Court Rules on Microcaptives – Should You Be Concerned?

301: Innovative Captive Structures for a Harsh Market

201: Beyond Digital Transformation – Benefits of Blockchain Technology

201: Governance, Oversight, and the Role of the Captive Owner and Service Providers

201: International Regulatory Hot Topics

201: Alternative Investments – Accounting, Regulating, and Managing Alternative Investments

101: Captive Differentiation – Medical Stop Loss

201: Captive Strategies for Hardening Markets

301: How to Navigate a Small Captive Tax Case

301: Captive Tax Update – The Only Constant is Change


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