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See highlights from the recent NCCIA 1st Annual Conference attended by over 100 captive insurance industry leaders. Click here

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NC Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin was enthusiastic regarding North Carolina’s entry as a captive domicile during his remarks at the recent NCCIA Annual Conference saying “Captive insurance is a win-win. It provides businesses with new opportunities, and it benefits North Carolina’s economy through creating jobs, generating tax revenue and boosting tourism and hospitality services.” click here for full statement
NC Department of Insurance


NCCIA concluded its “extremely successful” 1st Annual Conference on August 26th in Charlotte according to Alex Webb, the Associations Board Chair” click here for story.
Governor Pat McCrory has signed the technical corrects bill to the NC Captive Insurance Act as supported by NCCIA.

The technical corrections bill to the 2013 Captive Insurance Act introduced in May by Rep Linda Johnson has passed the general Assembly according to Thomas L Adams, President & CEO of NCCIA. Adams said “NCCIA is pleased that the legislature moved this bill during the short session.” We expect these changes will bring additional captives and redoms to North Carolina by keeping the NC Captive Act as state of the art. Click here to learn more.

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.