The Vermont Captive Insurance Association wrapped up its annual conference in Burlington on August 9. If you couldn’t make it to beautiful Burlington for one of the better conferences this writer has ever attended, try to do so at some point. Vermont in August is something special and the conference content is always top-notch.
For those who didn’t make it, here are five key takeaways from VCIA in large part on a conversation between myself and Ian Davis, Director of Financial Services for the state of Vermont. David Provost, the captive insurance regulator for Vermont, and Rob Walling, a principal and actuary with Pinnacle Actuarial Resources Inc., also contributed some ideas to this piece.
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Article by: Dan Reynolds, Risk & Insurance