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North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey has announced that the State
Captive insurance company program for calendar year 2016 again exceeded all expectations. It is the program’s third full year of operation. “North Carolina’s captive insurance program continues to experience growth in the number of captive insurers forming and re-domesticating
in our state,” said Causey. As of January 23, 2017, over 550 risk bearing captive insurance entities are under the regulation of NCDOI, including 190 captive insurers that are licensed or provisionally licensed and 363 cells or series captives that are approved or provisionally approved. Causey further stated: “During 2016, the number of NC licensed captive insurers more than doubled and the number of cells or series approved captives grew by more than 50%…..We credit the success of our program to a number of factors, including the NC Captive Insurance [Law]…the the NCDOI’s prudent yet pro-business approach to regulation, and the contributions of the
North Carolina Captive Insurance Association.”
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NCCIA President and CEO Thomas Adams announced on November 20th that the associations Annual Conference would move to a new location for the August 20-22 meeting. “Due to renovations that will be underway at the Ballantyne Hotel this years meeting will be at The LeMeridian & Sheraton Hotels in Uptown Charlotte. Continuing he said the association board had requests to move to an uptown locaton over the years and the renovations gave us an opportunity to give it a try. Early Bird registration will be open in April”


The NCCIA has concluded it’s 4th Annual Conference with record attendance and start to finish coverage by The Captive Times. The 2018 Annual Conference will be held at Charlotte’s LeMeridian & Sheraton Hotels in Uptown, August 19-22, 2018. To see pictures from the 2017 Conference CLICK HERE.


“NCCIA joined a coalition of 16 State Captive Insurance Associations and the Self Insurance Institute of America to comment to the IRS requesting clarification and guidance to the Path Act revisions to Section 831(b) Click here for letter.


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.