The Alabama Captive Association provides various captive educational opportunities. It also allows members a collective voice within the captive industry, with state and federal regulators, legislators, and NAIC.
Arizona Captive Insurance Association (AzCIA) serves as the official voice of Arizona's captive industry providing communication and resources to the United States and global captive community.
The Bermuda Monetary Authority (the Authority or BMA) regulates Bermuda's financial services sector.This link represents the procedure involved in the incorporation and registration process for commercial and captive insurance companies in Bermuda..
CCIA's goal is to represent members in the development of British Columbia. as a captive domicile, to provide a forum for the professional development of all members and to generally promote the British Columbia captive insurance industry.
Captive Global is a small, developing company, dedicated to serving the captive insurance industry with news, industry data, and web-based tools that will keep you apprised of major issues impacting the captive industry.
CICA is the only domicile-neutral captive insurance association. That means CICA is free from jurisdictional or commercial ties since it is not linked with a domicile or government entity.
The Captive Insurance Council of the District of Columbia, Inc. represents the corporate and association community interested in operating captive insurance companies in the District of Columbia, one of America's newest domiciles for captives.
The CCIA, a nonprofit trade association, was created concurrent with the passage in 2011 of Connecticut's new captive insurance law which established parity with most popular captive domiciles in the United States.
DIMA is the industry representative body for international insurance and reinsurance companies, insurance and reinsurance captives, and captive management companies established in Ireland who are predominantly based in Dublin.
ECIROA was formed on 19 August 2008. The association has as object the protection and support of the captive industry as well as representation of its members in discussions with official, regulatory bodies.
GIA is the Gibraltar insurance industry’s recognised industry body. It was established in its original form in 1997, in the context of Gibraltar’s accession to the Single European Market for insurance.
Guernsey pioneered the protected cell company and more recently has seen growth in the use of the incorporated cell company. The Commission insurance managers who facilitate insurance business, and insurance intermediaries.
The Hawaii Captive Insurance Council (HCIC), a nonprofit corporation since 1991, is committed to promoting, developing, and maintaining a quality captive insurance industry in the State of Hawaii.
IMAC works to provide a united front for the Cayman captive insurance industry, acting as regulatory liaison with the Cayman Islands Government and Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA).
The Jersey International Insurance Association ("JIIA") represents the interests of the Island's offshore insurance industry. The Association's objective being to promote and develop Jersey's international insurance industry.
Kentucky Captive Association was formed in May of 2004. Its purpose is to promote knowledge about captive insurance companies and champion a captive friendly environment in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Lloyd’s is the world’s specialist insurance market. Unlike many other insurance brands, Lloyd's is not a company; it's a market where members join together as syndicates to insure insurance and reinsurance risks.
The Malta Insurance Managers Association (MIMA) website represents the interests of all authorised insurance managers and managed insurance companies in Malta.
MOCIA was formed to serve as a source of information about MO captives, and as an information clearinghouse for services supporting the captive insurance industry within Missouri.
NAMIC is the largest property and casualty insurance trade association with member companies in the USA and Canada writing more than $208 billion in premiums and serving more than 135 million auto, home, and business policyholders.
The National Risk Retention Association is the only national association dedicated to the successful development, education and promotion of U.S. domiciled alternatives to traditional liability insurance.
The New Zealand Captive Insurance Association (NZCIA)'s primary purpose is to assist in the promotion, development and maintenance of a quality captive insurance industry in New Zealand.
The Ohio Captive Insurance Association is dedicated to promoting the development and expansion of captive insurance programs in the state of Ohio.
The Oklahoma Captive Insurance Association (OCIA) exists to benefit Oklahoma captives and service providers through establishing Oklahoma as a premier captive domicile.
The Oregon Captive Insurance Association, Inc. is committed to the promotion, expansion and development of the captive insurance industry in both the state of Oregon and throughout the west coast.
As the preeminent organization dedicated to advancing the practice of risk management, RIMS is a global not-for-profit organization representing more than 3,500 industrial, service, nonprofit, charitable and government entities throughout the world.
The Self Funding Employer Association, also known as the Self Insurance Association, is the first national employer based nonprofit trade association focused on self funded insurance and workers compensation.
The Self-Insurance Institute of America, Inc. is a dynamic, member-based association dedicated to protecting and promoting the business interests of companies involved in the self-insurance/alternative risk transfer (ART) industry.
SCCIA promotes the formation and growth of captive insurance programs within the state of South Carolina.
The Tennessee Captive Insurance Association,Inc., is a not-for-profit trade association focused on building a successful captive insurance domicile in Tennessee.
The Texas Captive Insurance Association exists to serve as an information resource about captive insurance to both members and regulators, to provide networking and marketing opportunities to individuals and organizations involved with captives.
The Risk Retention Reporter has been the authoritative journal for the risk retention marketplace since shortly after the enactment of the 1986 Liability Risk Retention Act (LRRA).
The UCIA Association is a not-for-profit Association. The UCIA seeks to promote all alternative market mechanisms and services both in the United States and internationally and to increase the visibility of Utah as a center and domicile for alternati
VCIA is the largest trade association for captives in the world. It works closely with the State of Vermont's Captive Division and their expert staff to keep the industry growing, adapting and strong.