The Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) Annual Conference is just about around the corner, and Spring is excited to be participating in two of the conference’s many valuable sessions this year.
The conference, penned with the theme, “The Challenge of Change” this year, is set for March 11th-13th at the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, Arizona. We expect about 400 of the industry’s best and brightest to attend, and hot topics are sure to include regulatory issues, preparing for the future of captives and global and emerging captive markets, among others.
The Arizona sun and warmth, as well as the opportunity to meet and network with so many esteemed colleagues, isn’t all the Spring team has to look forward to this year. This will be our 10th straight year of involvement in the CICA annual conference, so we are excited to be speaking in two sessions: “Captives 201: Is It Time for a Captive Refresh?” and “The Risk Business of Cyber: From Traditional to Terrorism”.
Representing Spring and speaking to the importance of keeping your captive fresh and optimized will be Karin Landry, Managing Partner. She will be joining Brian Johnson of Risk International Consulting and Steve McElhiney, President of Tall Pines Insurance Company in discussing this critical issue. The session is scheduled for Monday, March 12th from 1:30-2:30 PM.
In-house cyber expert and Senior Consultant at Spring, Prabal Lakhanpal, will be sharing his knowledge of cyber risk and its prevention and mitigation at this year’s conference, along with Stephen Vina from Marsh & McLennan who will be focusing on the relationship between cyber and terrorism. This session will take place on Monday, March 12th from 4:15-5:15 PM.
If you’ll be attending the CICA conference this year, be sure to tune into the above presentations – you won’t be disappointed!
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