WHO WE ARE


The Connecticut Captive Insurance Association (CCIA) was founded in 2011 to provide a forum focused on captive insurance programs and facilities in the State of Connecticut. Its members include captive insurance industry leaders, professional service providers, captive insurance owners, academia, and other interested professionals. Captive insurance provides alternative approaches to the traditional insurance markets addressing cost, coverage, capacity and control for commercial organizations and, at the same time, facilitates the practices and processes of operational and enterprise risk management. CCIA is committed to collaboration, education, innovation, outreach and advocacy for this expanding and evolving industry.


WHAT WE DO: (Mission Statement)


The CCIA is an organization committed to:
  • enhancing the ability of businesses to do business;
  • promoting the interests of the captive industry in the State of Connecticut;
  • understanding the current and emerging commercial risk and insurance needs;
  • facilitating the differentiation and growth of captive insurance programs in Connecticut
  • communicating to its members and others regarding current and emerging trends in captive insurance
  • establishing policy positions on major issues that affect the captive insurance industry and CCIA members;
  • advocating for the interests of the captive insurance industry before federal, state and local government bodies; and



VISION


To be recognized as a top 3 domicile in shaping the captive marketplace evolution with product innovation, and in embracing the InsurTech age.



HOW WE DO WHAT WE DO: (Values)


  •   Accountability
  •   Innovation
  •   Active Participation
  •   Communication
  •   Respect
  •   Relevancy
  •   Sustainability

2018 STRATEGIC GOALS

  • Increase participation in CT captive educational events in 2018 by over 25%
  • Grow CT captive premium writings by more than 10% annually over the next 3 years
  • Support the development of CHIINS in 2018
  • Assist in the formation of two unique captives by the end of 2019
  • Revitalize and/or formalize CCIA’s collaboration with at least 3-5 other CT-based organizations
  • Create education and communication programming geared toward CT government executive and legislative branches on semi-annual basis
  • Regularly update Board and other constituents on CCIA financial status



CCIA BOARD OF DIRECTORS


Stephen DiCenso
President of the CCIA
Principal and Consulting Actuary, Milliman, Inc.

Thomas F.X. Hodson
Director and General Counsel
SOBC Sandell Holding Company Ltd.

Glenn D. Saslow
CPA Partner
Crowe Horwath LLP

Michael Serricchio
Senior Vice President
Marsh Captive Solutions

Brian First
Senior Vice President
Arch Alternative Markets

Kevin W. Smith
First Vice President
Manager Institutional Trust & Custody Services
People’s United Bank Wealth Management

Peter J. Cimini
Capitol Strategies Group, LLC


CCIA COMMITTEES


Strategic Planning

Legislative

Communications

Education
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