Dana Hentges Sheridan, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Active Captive Management, Named to 2014 “Power 50” by Captive Review

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More than 600 nomination submissions were received, with each submission containing votes for three individuals. Captive Review ranked Dana #29 and cited her as among the top experts working in the “growing smaller captive space.”

Captive Review Power 50 Article Cover and Dana Hentges Sheridan of Active Captive Management

Captive Review Power 50 Article Cover and Dana Hentges Sheridan of Active Captive Management

Dana Hentges Sheridan, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of Active Captive Management (ACM), a pioneering company in the captive insurance field, has been named to the prestigious 2014 Power 50 list by Captive Review. More than 600 nomination submissions were received, with each submission containing votes for three individuals. Captive Review ranked Dana #29 and cited her as among the top experts working in the “growing smaller captive space.”

At Active Captive, Dana leverages some 20 years of experience in insurance, regulatory compliance, and risk management. Prior to joining Active Captive, Dana practiced in a law firm setting as a trial attorney and insurance coverage counsel, where she represented commercial insurance companies. Over the course of her career, Dana has also provided risk management counsel to corporate clients, including design of insurance programs, counsel regarding regulatory compliance, privacy advice, and counsel on information risk management. Dana has extensive insurance experience with complex claims and suits involving P&C lines, excess/umbrella, E&O and D&O coverage.

Dana is a member of the California and Minnesota State Bars, PLUS, CICA, and RIMS. She is also a member of the ABA’s Tort and Insurance Practice Group and the Business Law Section, including the Captive Committee. She frequently speaks and writes on a variety of insurance related topics, including organizational risk management, coverage and claim trends, and regulatory and compliance issues.

View PDF of Article at: http://www.activecaptive.com/pr/CR135_Power50-1.pdf

About Active Captive Management

Active Captive Management (ACM) was established in 2005 and handles the needs of a wide range of companies in the design, development and implementation of alternative risk solutions. ACM offers comprehensive captive management services encompassing insurance policy underwriting and administration, claims adjusting, accounting support, and captive regulatory compliance management. ACM is an approved captive manager in 17 domestic and three offshore captive domiciles. For more information, visit http://www.activecaptive.com/

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