Businesses are increasingly considering whether forming a captive insurance company is a useful strategy for managing risks. There are many factors to analyze that C-suite executives contemplate in making a “go” or “no-go” decision on forming a captive insurance company.
Please join Husch Blackwell Partners Craig Adoor and Raymond Kreienkamp, Husch Blackwell Senior Counsel and former health system Chief Legal Officer and President/Board Chair of Cayman Island captive insurance company Edward Barker, and SCL Health Vice President and Chief Risk Officer Kathleen Tulipana for a rousing discussion of these factors and insights they bring from their experiences with captive insurance subsidiaries.
- Business issues that lead to C-suite discussions about seeking alternative risk management solutions
- Tax benefits and considerations
- Structure and operation of a captive insurance subsidiary
- Experience forming and operating a captive, and the business complexities and nuances of the risks involved
Date and Time
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Noon - 1:00 p.m. CDT
Who Should Attend
Healthcare industry leaders, including C-level executives, controllers, risk managers, claims managers and insurance managers.
Continuing Education Credits
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