Monday, August 7th 1-4:30 pm with a reception to follow from 4:30-5:30 pm
Captive Immersion is a $150 additional fee, and is available to conference attendees with a Full Conference Pass or a First Time Captive Company Pass only.
To attend Captive Immersion, simply register for the VCIA Conference starting May 15, 2023 and select it as your Registration Type
Please note: the Captive Immerison Reception is only for Captive Immersion particpants, session speakers, VCIA Board Members, and Conference Platinum sponsors; having a Conference Full Pass or Networking Pass does not make you eligible for the reception - you will have to register specifically for Captive Immersion to join the workshop and reception.
A VCIA Conference MUST for those new to the industry!
Relatively new to the captive industry? Then this beginner captive intensive is for you! With so many vendors and perspectives, and the well-known line of “if you've seen one captive you’ve seen one captive,” it can be overwhelming to understand what’s happening and where you and your organization will fit into the captive landscape. Fear not—that’s why we’ve designed Captive Immersion for you.
This special program will provide a quick break down of the “what” and “why” of captive formation (Captive 101 will provide a more comprehensive overview the following day), followed by a deep dive into the space of captive service providers and partners. We’ll go into roles played, major and minor, and show the relationships between them. You’ll hear from folks in each of these roles describe where they fit into the captive puzzle. You’ll also have the chance to ask them about any questions you might have about anything related to captives or insurance.
If your goal is to get captive-savvy before the conference starts, then Captive Immersion is the place to do it. You'll hear from seasoned captive veterans who have a wealth of knowledge to share!
Learning objectives – Upon completion, participants will:
have a fundamental understanding of the captive insurance industry
know essentially how and when to engage the services of a particular service provider
understand the roles and responsibilities of each service provider group
understand the life cycle of a captive, and when changing it or returning to the commercial market is appropriate