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Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin is pleased to report that North Carolina’s captive insurance program continues to exceed expectations as the program begins its third full year of operation. The North Carolina Department of Insurance became authorized to license captive insurance companies in October of 2013 after the passage of the North Carolina Captive Insurance Act, and the program has grown significantly since that time. Since its inception, the captive insurance company industry has favorably impacted North Carolina’s economy by creating jobs and generating premium taxes and business revenues. “From the start, we have been committed to growing and continually improving the captive insurance program in North Carolina,” said Goodwin. “I am proud that, in such a short time, we have become one of the fastest growing states for captive insurance in the country.” Click here for story.
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News & Events

NCCIA Chairman Jesse Coyle expresses pleasure at what he called "special" growth in the captive industry in NC during 2015." Click here for story


Sponsorships for the 2016 NCCIA Annual Conference August 22-24 in Charlotte are now available on line. Click here to view/purchase sponsorships.


Jesse Coyle, J.D, LL.M, CFP a Partner in the Webb & COYLE Law Firm in Aberdeen, NC was elected Chairman of NCCIA at the association's annual meeting on December 4. Click here for story


Congress has passed and the President has signed a tax bill that contains regarding section 831(b) captive companies. Click here to see Staff Report.


The Service Provider Directory for companies providing service to the captive insurance industry is now open. Click on "Service Directory" on the tool bar above.


Thomas Adams, President & CEO announced that the NCCIA Board of Directors has adopted a Code of Ethics
for the captive industry in North Carolina. Click here for story.


The Technical Amendments bill to the NC Captive Act, H.B. 163 has passed both house of the legislature and been signed into law by Governor Pat McCrory.Click here for details.


The NCCIA is actively seeking member companies and suppliers for member status. Press here to go to membership information and an on line application to join.


NCCIA welcomes inquiries from both the trade and general press. Press here to go to contact information.

NC Dept of Insurance

The NCDOI has responsibility for licensure and regulation of captive insurance companies in the state. Press here for the NCDOI web site.