Joe Holahan

ICCIE elective: Captive Board Governance

Joe Holahan is of counsel with the law firm Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP and a member of the firm’s Insurance and Reinsurance Group.  Based in Washington, D.C., Joe is highly experienced in the development and maintenance of captive programs, including all aspects of captive formation, licensing, regulation and corporate governance.

Joe regularly advises captive clients on complex regulatory issues, represents clients before state insurance regulators and assists with the development and negotiation of agreements associated with captive programs. He also assists clients with the review and development of coverage documents.  He is experienced with all forms of captives including pure captives, cell captives, risk retention groups and other types of group captives.

Joe often speaks and publishes on topics of interest to the captive community, including fronting, reinsurance, cyber risk, terrorism insurance and the regulation of risk retention groups.

Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP is a full-service law firm with over 190 attorneys engaged in sophisticated business and litigation practice.  The firm is well known for its insurance practice, both on the captive and traditional sides.  Its principal offices are located in Atlanta and Washington, D.C.

B.A., University of Virginia
J.D., Catholic University Columbus School of Law


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