The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically altered the workforce with companies across the country suddenly moving to a remote or semi-remote structure to protect their employees.  There has been a lot written about new or increased risks from at-home workers and how captives can play a role to fill some of there emerging insurance gaps.

However, the captive industry is ALSO working remotely these days for the most part. This includes not only the risk managers of the captives themselves, but also the captive managers, service providers and even the regulators (not to mention your vaunted captive association VCIA)! What are some of the tools that the industry is using to manage this far-flung enterprise taking into consideration the potential increase of cybersecurity exposure?

Join us October 28th from 2:00 – 3:00 ET for our next informative webinar, “Working Remotely in the Captive Realm” which will provide 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. Each will provide insights and changes to their organizations in effort to navigate current socioeconomic and public health conditions.

Captive programs have always played a valuable role during times of uncertainty. Join us for the insightful webinar where we will demonstrate the importance and resiliency of the captive insurance industry and the creative minds that support it.  Click here for more information.

Thanks, as always, for your continued support in these trying times. I look forward to hearing from you!

Rich Smith
VCIA President

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