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Implementation of Governance Standards

Registration Deadline: May 10, 2017 | Class: May 11, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Panelists :    
Sandy Bigglestone, VT Department of Financial Regulation
Les Meredith, Premier Insurance Management Services
Randy Wachsmann, Esq. Primmer
Christine Brown, VT Department of Financial Regulation

Join VCIA May 11th to better understand the implementation of Governance Standards and related provisions:       

Are you a captive board member who wants to learn more about your role and responsibilities as they relate to Governance Standards?  Are you a consultant trying to help your client navigate compliance with the recently enacted law establishing governance standards for RRGs (http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/08/142/06052)?  Are you part of an RRG and need to know how the new law applies to you and what standards are required?

Join VCIA for this informative webinar which will cover the provisions included and BOD responsibilities which are best practices for all companies, while providing insight on the new law’s standards, which are only required by RRGs. (Even though the standards are only required by RRGs, this webinar will give great guidance on corporate governance for any captive professional.)

Our panelists are experts who have been working through the implementation phase for RRG’s and will share their knowledge and perspective to address common questions and concerns, give guidance on interpretation of the standards, and share valuable tips on how to effectively and efficiently adopt policies and standards that work for your company.  This session will also discuss common concerns from directors regarding their fiduciary responsibilities, D&O coverage and what they need to do to ensure they are adequately protected.


Learning Objectives:
1) Recognize the various components of the governance standards and how they relate to a director’s fiduciary role.
2) Identify common concerns and develop strategies for ensuring compliance with the various required policies and procedures.
3) Understand what the regulators will be looking for during examinations and surveillance.