Marks a triumphant return to a live, in-person event where networking opportunities will be emphasized
Vermont Business Magazine The Vermont Captive Insurance Association, the largest captive membership association in the world, opened registration this week for professionals to attend its 37th Annual Conference, taking place on August 8-11th, at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Burlington, Vermont. After a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, this year’s in-person conference will deliver what has been sought after most—networking, business opportunities, and outstanding captive educational content all in one place.
Key Elements to the 2022 VCIA Annual Conference:
- 18 educational sessions and 7 interactive discussion groups on captive trends and emerging risks, culminating in Hot Topics with Vermont’s Dave Provost on Thursday August 11th.
- Professional development for every level of industry experience with captive topics related to climate change, Insurtech, social inflation, data analytics, and more. CPE / VT CLE / ICCIE credits available for most sessions.
- Conference environment designed for developing relationships and striking deals, featuring networking lunches, an evening reception near the waterfront, and an exhibitor space to engage with over 70 captive service and product providers.
- Two powerhouse keynotes: geopolitical economist and forecaster Michael Weidokal and Admiral Michelle Howard, the first woman who achieved such rank in the US Navy.
VCIA Conference Chair Ian Davis, Senior Vice President, Captive Insurance Relationship Manager at M&T Bank summarized why you should attend the flagship captive conference this way: “Expect a full slate of educational programming on all manner of topics vital to captive insurance owners and industry professionals. Sessions will feature a wide range of thought leaders and industry experts, all of whom demonstrate a keen understanding of the issues facing captive insurers today.” VCIA President Kevin Mead added, “Our 37th Annual Conference will be the strongest and smartest event we’ve put on to date.”
For further information or to arrange an interview with VCIA President Kevin Mead, please contact Francis McGill at 802.658.8242 or email@example.com.
The Vermont Captive Insurance Association (VCIA), established in 1985, provides lobbying support for its nearly 400 members, and offers captive education and opportunities for information-sharing that ensures an environment favorable to the continued growth and health of the captive industry and the Vermont captive community. VCIA holds its annual conference every August in Burlington, Vermont, usually attracting over a thousand professionals and boosting Vermont tourism.
Vermont Captive Insurance Association. www.vcia.com Burlinigton.