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SEPTEMBER 24, 2:00pm - See Through the Smoke: Cannabis, Captives, and All Things In-Between
Growth in the cannabis space continues to explode and with it more and more brokers and program managers are inquiring about the ability to participate in the risk of their cannabis enterprise via captive insurance ownership. We'll touch on why commercial carriers are reluctant, which are writing, and what coverages are available. We'll also share a conversation on cannabis related captives have been formed to date, where, and which domiciles seem more inclined as well as what is concerning to the regulators and why most domiciles won't allow. We'll continue with info and an update on the safe banking act as well as the likelihood of passage and potential ramifications to the captive industry.

Featured Speakers:
Ross Ellick, Partner, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
Cassie Bachman, Managing Director, Compliance, Elevate Risk Solutions
Nate Reznicek, Director of Operations, CIC Services, LLC

OCTOBER 15, 2:00pm - Climate Change, Sea-Level Rise and Flood Insurance
Join seasoned, captive professionals as we discuss Climate Change and its implications for the insurance industry. The webinar will cover the effects of Climate Change and especially the impact of sea-level rise on Connecticut. We will also discuss developments in flood insurance, including the growing private flood insurance market, the interest of insurers/reinsurers, and advancements in flood modeling.

Featured Speakers:
James O'Donnell, CIRCA Executive Director, Professor
John W. Rollins, FCAS, MAAA, Principal and Consulting Actuary, Milliman

2020 Annual Collaborative is postponed!

The health and safety of our members and partners is our highest priority.  After careful consideration, and in light of the ongoing COVID-19 developments, we are postponing the 2020 Collaborative originally scheduled for May 27. The CCIA Board and Education Committee have been working diligently to bring together an informative event, and we look forward to sharing it with you later this calendar year.

2020 collaborative


2020 Legislative Preview
Date : Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Time : 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM EST
Location : Sheraton Hartford South, 100 Capital Boulevard Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Hosted by : Connecticut Captive Insurance Association (CCIA)
Speakers : Matthew Lesser, State Senator Kevin Kelly, State Senator

Captive Cafe: Options in a Hardening Property and General Liability Market
Date : Tuesday, December 10
Time : 8:00am - 10:00am
Location : VIVO Seasonal Trattoria, 200 Columbus Blvd, Hartford CT
Hosted by : Connecticut Captive Insurance Association (CCIA)
Guest Speakers : Jay Sheehan, Senior Vice President, AON and Scott Sobel, Senior Consultant, AON

A free networking event with experts from Connecticut's Captive Industry
Date: Wed, Sep 18, 2019
Time: 5:00-7:30 PM EDT
Location: Stamford Yacht Club 97 Ocean Drive, W Stamford, CT 06902
Hosted by: Connecticut Captive Insurance Association (CCIA) and the Business Council of Fairfield County

InsurTech Hartford
InsurTech Networking - Data in Insurance
Date: Thu, June 6, 2019
Time: 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
Location: Upward Hartford, 20 Church Street, Hartford, CT 06103

CCIA 2019 Captive Collaborative Event
Theme: How Captive Owners Get the Most Value from their Service Providers
Date: Tuesday May 21, 2019
Time: 12:30pm - 5:00pm
Location: Dunkin Donuts' Park and Conference Center 1214 Main St, Hartford, CT 06103

We are very grateful for the following sponsors of the 2019 Collaborative

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Connecticut Insurance and Financial

Payden and Rygal

People's United bank

People's United bank
(Collaborating Sponsor)

CT Welcomes a New Commissioner of Insurance
Andrew N. Mais, an insurance industry regulatory specialist at Deloitte and a former Cablevision talk show host, has been named by Gov.
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Great news for the CT captive insurance market!
Senate Bill 377 (An Act Authorizing Agency Captive Insurance Companies) was enacted effective July 1, 2018.


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Webinar Recordings are available to CCIA Members. Contact Kathryn Dube at with your request.

Webinar: Runoff Claims Liability: Financial Closure Mechanisms for Captives and RRGs
Date: JULY 15, 2020
Session Summary: The claims liability related to the activities of a captive can be closed in a variety of ways. A captive owner does not have to settle claims, continue to deny or pay them year after year. They aren't faced with the singular options of having to close their captive or consider selling it. Losses and the management of runoff claims can be assumed to be extremely qualified carriers through a variety of transfer processes.
Presentation Slides : CCIA Webinar: Runoff Claims Liability

Webinar: COVID-19 and Captive Insurance – Plateaus and pitfalls in a pandemic world
Date: June 18, 2020
Session Summary: COVID-19 is impacting many lines of traditional insurance, but some captives planned ahead for pandemic risk. This webinar will take a deeper look into the types of captives, coverage afforded and ways to navigate around the potential pitfalls with relevance to managing your captive operation with an eye toward potential applications of a captive in a post-COVID-19 world.
Presentation Slides :Webinar: COVID-19 and Captive Insurance

The 2017 Conference archives
CCIA Supports Connecticut's Captive Insurance Solution to Crumbling Home Foundations

The state of Connecticut has decided to provide over $100 million to fund a captive insurer, Connecticut Foundation Solutions Indemnity Company, Inc., that will insure the replacement or repair of residential foundations damaged by the chemical pyrrhotite. CCIA former Chairman Michael Maglaras & Company has been working feverishly as the Superintendent to make this captive operational. CFSIC has been licensed as a captive insurer under the Connecticut captive statutes, and is fully formed with a Board of Directors and all service providers in place. The final step remaining in order for CFSIC to launch will be the transfer of needed funding from the Connecticut Department of Housing in order to begin its mission. Please refer to for up to-date information. CCIA supports this innovative use of a captive and how it will come to the aid of affected Connecticut homeowners.

CCIA's Strategy
Please read more about how The Connecticut Captive Insurance Association will be the catalyst for change in the captive industry.
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