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, followed by Hartford Yard Goats AA Baseball Game starting 7pm (including dinner starting at 6pm)
Location: Dunkin Donuts' Park and Conference Center 1214 Main St, Hartford, CT 06103
Event Agenda: Click here for the CCIA 2019 Collaborative Agenda
Registration: Click here to Register for the event
Exhibit & Sponsor: Exhibitor and Sponsorship Packages

There's a unique event combining captive education and networking available at the Connecticut Captive Insurance Association's ("CCIA") eighth annual Collaborative. This year, we are taking you out to the ballgame! CCIA and The Hartford Yard Goats will host this afternoon / evening event at Dunkin Donuts Stadium in downtown Hartford, CT. This state-of-the-art facility provides versatile meeting space in a major league atmosphere. Our educational sessions are planned from 12:30 - 5:00pm, and then we will kick back and enjoy networking opportunities with a Yard Goats baseball game at 7:05pm against the Erie Seawolves.

Exciting and innovative educational sessions are shown in our draft Program Agenda

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor and/or exhibitor, please send an email to steve@conncaptives.org with the package you are selecting.
We look forward to seeing you on May 21st!

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

(Gold Sponsor)

(Silver Sponsor)

(Bronze Sponsor)


Connecticut Insurance and Financial

Payden and Rygal

People's United bank

People's United bank
(Collaborating Sponsor)

Demo Day 2019

Date: April 26, 2019
Time: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: The Bushnell Performing Arts Center (Belding Stage), 166 Capitol Avenue Hartford, CT 06106
Event Agenda: Click here for the Demo Day 2019 Overview and Agenda
Registration: Click here to Register for the event

We look forward to welcoming you to Hartford InsurTech Hub's Demo Day on April 26th, 2019, from 12pm-5pm. This event at the Bushnell Theater attracts a broad group of innovative insurance organizations, startups & investors, which will highlight the City of Hartford as the InsurTech capital of the USA!

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 https://crumblingfoundations.org/faqs/ 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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CCIA 2018 Annual Collaborative
October 16-17, 2018

This event was a great success by all accounts!

CCIA Cap-a-thon Winners!
FIRST PLACE CT Captive Pitch: Closing the gap in cyber risk by working more collaboratively with 3rd party vendors!
The Innovation:

A Connecticut Captive to facilitate a more strategic and transparent partnership between the captive owner and its key vendors to manage cyber risk via a Difference In Conditions policy underwritten by the captive.

First Place - Cyber Risk Innovation Team Members (from left):
Sara Hakim, Rocco Mancini, Mersini Keller, John Ferrara, Frank Tedesco

SECOND PLACE CT Captive Pitch: A reciprocal excess cyber liability captive for risks adhering to defined rules!

The innovation:
A Connecticut Captive to act as a reciprocal to provide excess cyber liability coverage for a layer $100 million x’s $10 million. To be part of the group, members must adhere to defined risk management and risk mitigation rules.

Second Place - Cyber Risk Innovation Team Members(from left):
Chris Jackson, Janet Grace, Joseph Bastien, Anthony Klettner, Bob Butler, Patricia Henderson, Dawne Ware, George Levine, Janeanne Lubin-Szafranski, Fenhua Liu, Hugh Rosenbaum, James Panning

For further information on the Collaborative, please see ...

Agenda ❯❯
Attendee List ❯❯
What is a Cap-a-thon? ❯❯
Connecticut's first Cap-a-thon ❯❯


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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September 19, 2018
Please join InsurTech Hartford at a Pitch Night on September 9 at Upward Hartford.
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May 24, 2018
CCIA Board President Steve DiCenso and Executive Director John Thomson participated in a panel discussion with Anirban Roy of Pentation Analytics and Kwesi Quaye of Fairview Capital regarding InsurTech and Captives. The session was moderated by Martha Kalen, Hartford Innovation Places Program Manager.

The next chapter of InsurTech   ❯❯

April 18, 2018
CCIA was well-represented at the recent Hartford InsurTech Hub Demo Day

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