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CIPR and Griffith Foundation Collaborative Webinar Series - Back to Basics

June 1, 2022

CIPR and The Institutes Griffith Foundation Collaborative Webinar Series - Back to Basics

CIPR is pleased to partner with The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation on our upcoming webinar: Captives: Back to Basics,  June 9th at 1:00 pm Central.

Captives are an important risk transfer tool in the risk management landscape with have seen significant growth over the past few decades. In this session we will cover the fundamentals of captives, examine their historic use during times of crises, and potential opportunities and challenges of captives, use to fill future coverage gaps. This non-partisan and non-advocative webinar will provide foundational knowledge to help inform these important policy conversations. We’ll hear from Dr. Robert Hoyt of the University of Georgia and Steve Kinion, Director of the Bureau of Captive and Financial Insurance Products at the Delaware Department of Insurance.

View the recorded webinar here: Recording

Presentations:

Steve Kinion Slides for Captives Back to Basics.June 8, 2022

Rob Hoyt slides - Captives Back to Basics(June 9, 2022)

Captives - Back to Basics program 6.2022

 

 

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