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NCCIALogoHistory of Captive Insurance in North Carolina

NC Governor Pat McCrory in a Capitol Building signing ceremony, signed HB  473, The NC Captive Insurance Act into law on Wednesday, June 19, 2013.  North Carolina becomes  the latest state to become a domicile  for captive insurance company. The NC law which has been described as “state of the art” has been designed to encourage new  captive companies to domicile here and make it attractive for existing captive companies to re domicile in the state. Technical Amendments to the act were adopted in 2014 and 2015.

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News & Events

The Program and registration for the 2017 Annual Conference August 21-23 will be posted April 15 on the website.


The NCCIA Board of Directors has elected Jeremy Colombik as Chairman for 2017 succeeding Jesse Coyle. Colombik is President of Management Services International and is based in Raleigh. Click here for full story.


"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.


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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.