Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) January 15, 2014
The Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) 2014 International Conference March 9-11 at the Westin Kierland Resort in Scottsdale, AZ offers a robust agenda designed to help captive industry professionals prepare to address “Global Opportunities and Solutions.”
The educational sessions are designed to cover subjects from emerging coverage trends, to taxation issues and risk management strategies. “We’ve assembled a great program featuring top speakers with the specific expertise to help you address your biggest challenges, and our outstanding exhibit area provides valuable opportunities for networking and learning what our industry service providers have to offer,” said Dennis Harwick, CICA president. Highlights include:
Complex Tax Issues for Captives – This session covers the most recent and important legislative changes, case law rulings and potential rules on the horizon to help captive insurance companies anticipate and prepare to comply with the ever evolving regulatory changes.
Best Captive Practices for 831(b) s – Do Them Right Or Don’t Do Them At All! - A panel will discuss potential problems and opportunities to apply best practices for small captive insurance companies that elect to be taxed under section 831 (b). The panel will illuminate similarities and differences between smaller and larger captives and the impacts of recent IRS and regulatory developments.
Additional program highlights include:
- Economic and Insurance Market Outlook for 2014 and Beyond
- Employee Benefits for an International Business
- Best Captive Practices: Captive Governance From Cradle to Grave
For Information on program details, travel information and registration fees for the CICA 2014 International Conference visit us online.
About the Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA)
CICA is the only global domicile-neutral captive insurance association. CICA is committed to providing the best source of unbiased information, knowledge, and leadership for captive insurance decision makers. CICA is your advocate around the world, key to the captive industry and the resource for captive best practices.