Jason Flaxbeard

ICCIE elective: Captive Board Governance

Jason manages the Beecher Carlson’s alternative risk operations within the US, Bermuda and Cayman Islands. Beecher Carlson is presently the 3rd largest captive manager worldwide by premium volume, managing complex risk strategies for some of the world’s largest companies.

Jason’s approach to business is consultative and solutions based. Alternative risk is more than captive management and Jason is able to provide innovative solutions for clients through an understanding of client needs and market forces, delivering services designed to add value to Beecher Carlson’s client partners.

Jason has over 16 years of experience in the captive insurance industry and over 20 years in the accounting industry. He began his career as a financial auditor with a regional audit practice in England and moved to Bermuda in 1998 to begin his career in captive management. He joined Beecher Carlson as a client executive in 2001, managing a portfolio of large profile clients. He served his clients’ accounting and regulatory needs, as well as providing them with structural captive consulting.

Following a move to Hawaii to manage the local office, Jason moved to Denver in 2007 to run all of Beecher Carlson’s captive operations. Jason has extensive experience with all types of captives and all lines of business in all US domiciles.

Jason is a graduate of Bath University, England, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in economics. He is also an English Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter. Jason is a frequent speaker at RIMS, CICA, HCIC, WCF and has spoken at VCIA and other trade conferences.

Courses

Captive Board Governance – $750