The Spring team is delighted to announce that we will be sponsoring the Cayman Captive Forum which runs from November 27th to the 29th in the Cayman Islands.

While the conference’s location and weather (especially in November) are certainly a treat, we swear that’s not the only reason we’re going. In fact, Spring has been involved with the Insurance Managers Association of Cayman (IMAC, the host group) for over a decade, and its events and resources have never let us down. This year we will be joining over 1,400 otherCayman Captive Forum industry professionals to network and share our experiences and best practices. Attending conferences is one of the strongest ways that we keep our pulse on trends, and with such a large captive market in the Cayman Islands, this is one of the best.

A group of impressive speakers will present on topics like:

  • Risk distribution
  • Tax considerations
  • Regulatory updates
  • Cyber risk
  • Telemedicine

And much more!

If you are heading to the Cayman Captive Forum too, please stop by booth #7 to say hello to our team. We’ll be giving out a great raffle prize!

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Peter Johnson

Peter Johnson

Peter Johnson, FCAS, MAAA is a Senior Actuarial Consultant with Spring Consulting Group, LLC and Spring’s Property & Casualty Practice Lead. He has almost 15 years of actuarial experience in reserving, pricing, alternative risk transfer and reinsurance risk transfer work. This experience includes workers’ compensation, medical professional liability, professional liability, automobile, general liability, cyber liability, and mortgage insurance. Prior to joining Spring, Peter was the President and Consulting Actuary with Bartlett Actuarial Group and a Consulting Actuary with Milliman. Peter has given presentations, published articles and served on various committees in both the Casualty Actuarial Society and captive insurance industry. Peter earned a B.S. in applied math and computer science from the University of Wisconsin - Stout. He is a fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.