Labor Day has come and gone, and we here at VCIA are back at it! For those of you that joined us or contributed your time, energy, and talent to VCIA’s 35th Annual Conference and first-ever 100% Virtual Conference – thank you, again!
VCIA was able to present dozens of educational sessions, a vibrant exhibit pavilion with 56 booths, three Special Events, two Keynote Speakers, industry experts on every panel, nearly 670 attendees, and meaningful ways to network and connect with industry colleagues – all 100% virtually. Because of the hard work from you, our members, we were able to deliver an excellent program in a whole new way, and that in itself is a huge success!
Now we are embarking on a number of new events slated for the rest of the year, and we hope you will join us!
Due to the pandemic, we had postponed our travel to Mexico City, where VCIA and the State of Vermont were planning to present a Captive Insurance Trade Mission this fall. Happily, though, we are able to host a similar event remotely, coming up on September 30th! VCIA Members are invited to join this online Trade Mission with Mexico at no charge and learn from our experts. The presentation is from 11 – 12:30 Eastern Time and will share information on captive programs and tax implications related to Mexico. Our contacts in Mexico will be on the line as well, and we will have translation services in place. Check out the details at this link and just email your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to attend! https://www.vcia.com/Education/OnlineTradeMissionwithMexico/tabid/189/Default.aspx
On October 28th, VCIA will be hosting a webinar (CPE, Vermont CLE, ICCIE credit available) focused on how the captive industry has shifted to a “work-from-home” model. Join us for a rich discussion on the difficulties faced and opportunities found while working remotely as part of the captive insurance industry. Our panel will share the many ways that societal shifts have pushed us all to think outside the box. Unique perspectives will be shared from a captive manager, a captive owner, an insurance regulator, and a startup founder in artificial intelligence designed for captives. Join us for ‘Working Remotely in the Captive Realm.’
There will be lots more to come for the end of the year. Thanks, as always, for your continued support in these trying times. I look forward to hearing from you!