Structuring Captive Insurance Programs: Key Provisions, Regulatory Requirements, Risk-Pooling Arrangements
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will offer guidance on structuring captive insurance programs across several scenarios. The panel will discuss the different types and uses of captive structures, best practices in regulatory compliance, and how to best leverage captive formation to maximize financial risk transfer and capital deployment strategies.
- Overview of captive insurance
- Common structure
- Common uses
- Benefits of captive insurance programs
- Regulatory considerations
- Structuring key provisions
- Avoiding pitfalls
The panel will review these and other relevant issues:
- What types of risks can a captive insure?
- How can counsel best incorporate captive programs into a client’s overall risk-mitigation/management scheme?
- What are some common pitfalls in structuring captive insurance programs?
James J. Leonard
Barnes & Thornburg
Mr. Leonard focuses his practice in the areas of insurance coverage advice and litigation on behalf of policyholders.... | Read More
Mr. Leonard focuses his practice in the areas of insurance coverage advice and litigation on behalf of policyholders. He has assisted clients in recovering insurance proceeds in a wide variety of industries and professions, including airlines, banking, technology, and communications, among others. Mr. Leonard has also assisted clients with complex insurance and indemnity issues in the course of M&As and has helped clients with the formation and management of captive insurance companies. He has also provided counseling to healthcare and life and health insurer clients on significant matters of law, including ERISA, state regulatory and licensure issues, and general litigation.Close
Michael R. Mead, CPCU
M.R. Mead & Company
Mr. Mead is a well-recognized veteran of the captive profession. He was the former President of the Missouri Captive... | Read More
Mr. Mead is a well-recognized veteran of the captive profession. He was the former President of the Missouri Captive Insurance Association, past Director and Chair of the Captive Insurance Companies Association, past Director and President of the Arizona Captive Insurance Association, past Director of the Captive Insurance Counsel of the District of Columbia, and past Director and VP of the Insurance Center for Captive Insurance Excellence, where he is an instructor. Mr. Mead is a former underwriter with a major global insurer and executive with a major global broker and is Editor of Captive Insurance Company Reports.Close