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PRESS RELEASE

 

November 10, 2008

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Burlington, VT -- The International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) finished the third quarter of 2008 on the heels of a very successful VCIA conference marked by ACI presentations, scholarship awards, and its most successful pre-conference annual celebration yet.  And just ahead, with the end of the quarter barely in the rearview mirror, ICCIE is launching its highly-anticipated "Accounting for Captives" course.


ICCIE's presence at VCIA this past August began with four face-to-face courses that were all well received.  Monday night featured its yearly Anniversary Celebration -- for the first time at the Burlington Boathouse.  A record crowd attended and witnessed the conferring of Associate in Captive Insurance (ACI) designations, and participated in the balloon-pop fundraising event.  The evening was a great kickoff to the conference.  

  ColinDonovanAward                    GeneHarmerAward

  Colin Donovan, ACI                              Monte Jahnke (instructor)                                                          Gene Harmer, ACI 

  CathleenPembrokeAward             ElizabethSteinmanAward

Pete Raymond &                            Elizabeth Steinman, ACI &

Cathleen Pembroke, ACI                  Chaz Lavelle (instructor)


During the conference's General Session VCIA President Molly Lambert awarded the VCIA Distinguished Scholar Award to Jen Ryan of HSBC, and the Harry House Scholarship (sponsored by Housing Authority Insurance Group) was awarded to Samit Shrivastava.  Both Ryan and Shrivistava will receive full scholarships to attend the ACI designation program.

           ICCIE Board VP Tina Truax-McCuin presenting ACI Certificate to Alan Day                              

  Jennifer Ryan (HSBC)                  Samit Shrivastava (Georgia State University)  

 

In other news,


AON logo   Aon has joined the ranks of "Captive Insurance Education

   Leader" by enrolling at least 10 students in ICCIE. 

   In addition to sending nearly a dozen students to ICCIE,

   Aon has been a strong and consistent financial contributor to ICCIE, even   prior to the official launch of the program. Khadine Adams, ACI
 

 

Khadine Adams, a recent Howard University graduate, completed her Associate in Captive Insurance concurrent to her university studies, becoming the first full-time student to complete the designation program.  Khadine's enrollment was sponsored by Housing Authority Insurance Group - also a long-time major ICCIE supporter.  Congratulations, Khadine!    

 

Both HSBC and CNA recently enrolled five or more students simultaneously in ICCIE - a strong sign of their commitment and belief in the program.   

 
New Accounting for Captives Courses   ICCIE's new electives on Accounting for Captives kick off with the first such course - Financial Analysis and Reporting - in early December.  The companion course - focusing on advanced captive accounting topics -- will be rolled out early next year.  "Financial Analysis and Reporting" will be taught by John Borch (Champlain Captive Management) and Michael Burdick (Johnson Lambert), with archived presentations from Tom Jones (McDermott Will & Emery) on confidentiality concerns and Dan Kusaila (Saslow Lufkin & Buggy) on tax issues.  For more information on this course and other ICCIE courses, see the ICCIE website:  www.iccie.org.
For additional information on these or another matters contact ICCIE Executive Director Mitch Cantor at 802.651.9051 or mitch@iccie.org.