HCIC and ICCIE Partner to Present –

“Rethinking the Annual General Meeting:  New Approaches to Captive Corporate Governance “
ICCIE Webinar — Live from the HCIC Annual Education Forum

Hawaii Captive Insurance Council (HCIC) and the International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) are proud to jointly offer this vital webinar during the 2016 Hawaii Captive Insurance Council (HCIC) Annual Educational Forum.

Date: Friday, October 14, 2016

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. Hawaii Time  (2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. Eastern Time)

Registration Deadline:
Thursday, October 13, 2016

Program Summary:
What is the future direction and impact of captive annual general meetings? A panel of leading legal, operational and regulatory thinkers and captive owners will discuss new trends and their consequences.

All participants must attend the seminar in its entirety to receive credit.
If attending in person you must sign-in on the attendance sheet presented during the seminar.
The following credits are available upon the successful completion

1 ICCIE Teleconference

Ward Ching
Ward Ching is Managing Director – Western Region, Aon Global Risk Consulting located in San Francisco, California. He is primarily responsible for Captive and Insurance Management Services, Domicile Management, and supports a variety of Aon Management Consulting Services to clients. Ward is a frequent author and speaker on the subjects of Strategic and Enterprise Risk Management, the use of higher order analytics, and structured risk finance. He has been working closely with a number of research and business organizations,such as the Risk and Insurance Management Society, to investigate and report on complex enterprise risk issues, methods and solutions.

Grace Crickette
Grace Crickette is passionate about creating innovative programs that elevate the reputation of the organization, provide a positive employee experience, and result in lasting change and sustainable savings. She is an accomplished Administrator and Financial Executive, Chief Risk Officer, Chief Compliance Officer, and Captive Insurance Officer.

David Kahaulelio

David Kahaulelio has served as President of Queen’s captive insurance company since August 2000 and as Vice President Risk Management of The Queen’s Health Systems since November 2000. He directs Queen’s Health Systems activities which affect risks of loss, manages insurance and reinsurance acquisition and pricing, administers risk finance and transfer programs including workers compensation and captive insurance programs including all claims management activities.

Ryan Nobriga
Ryan Nobriga is responsible for the financial and risk management functions for Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company. In this capacity, he oversees HDCC’s revenues averaging $520 million and total assets in excess of $300 million. Ryan has over 16 years of experience in the financial arena and has served in many leadership roles in the community.

Gerald Yoshida
Gerald C. Yoshida is a shareholder, director and officer in the Honolulu law firm of Char Hamilton Yoshida & Shimomoto. He is the head of the Firm’s Insurance Regulatory Practice Group, which specializes in the formation and representation of captive insurance companies and risk retention groups. In 1987, he was involved in the licensing of the first captive in Hawaii. To date, the Firm represents a significant number of captive insurance companies and risk retention groups licensed in the State. Gerald is a former HCIC Board member and Chair and is the current Chairman of HCIC’s Legislative/Tax Committee.

Participants may attend this seminar online OR live in person at HCIC. Please note this seminar will not be accessible by phone, if you have any questions contact the ICCIE office prior to registration.

Attending via computer:

To register, click on“Registration” button or phone 1-866-60-ICCIE (1-866-60-42243)
Location: internet (detailed instructions e-mailed prior to webinar)

  • Fees:
    $135 per attendee
    $100 per ACI designation graduate
    $90 per ACI Alumni Network member
    $100 per attendee from companies with employees enrolled in ICCIE
    $100 per ICCIE modular student
    Included in tuition for designation students

Payment may be made via check, Visa, Mastercard, or American Express, by Thursday, October 13, 2016.
Registrants will receive a receipt of payment and confirmation of their registration from the ICCIE office.
Designation students- this offering fulfills a teleconference requirement. To register, contact the ICCIE office at info@iccie.org or 802-651-9050.

Attending in person:
Please register for the HCIC Conference (click here) and complete the sign-in sheet in the room.
Location: Hilton Hawaiian Village, Oahu, Hawaii

If your schedule changes and you will not be able to attend the event please contact the ICCIE office at info@iccie.org or 802-651-9050. by October 7, 2016 to cancel. Please note, a seminar attendee who cancels a registration within seven days of the event will not be granted a refund.

For further details please contact at ICCIE at 802-651-9050