Salt Lake City, UT; Phoenix, AZ; and St. Louis, MO – May 20, 2019 - The Boards of Directors of Arizona Captive Insurance Association (AzCIA), Missouri Captive Insurance Association (MOCIA) and Utah Captive Insurance Association (UCIA) are pleased to announce their continued co-sponsorship of the 2019 Western Region Captive Insurance Conference (WRCIC). Details of the 9th Annual Western Region Captive Insurance Conference, LLC are as follows:
Theme: Tee Up Your Captive’s Future
Dates: May 20-22, 2019
Location:The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch, Scottsdale, Arizona
Mike Low, AzCIA Board Chair and WRCIC, LLC Chair says, “Hosted in Scottsdale this year, the Western Regional Captive Conference is one of the most dynamic in recent memory. From the multiple tax reform changes to operating in the aftermath of Avrahami, the 2019 conference has a vast amount of information to share. The program has depth and continues to offer insight into captive uses, regulation management, and strategy. The AzCIA is pleased to be a continuous sponsor of this conference since its inception.”
Ross Elliot, UCIA Board Member and WRCIC, LLC Committee Member says, “We are honored to continue to be part of this great conference and look forward to hosting the prestigious Western Region Captive Insurance Conference. This year’s conference sessions have been structured to provide substantive captive education for owners, providers, regulators, and friends. We invite you to attend this outstanding conference and share insights and challenges with your peers and industry experts as we “tee up our future” in Captive Insurance.
Optional activities, will provide you with great networking opportunities, while having lots of fun! And don’t miss the annual WRCIC Golf Tournament on Monday and a group activity Tuesday night at Top Golf playing their signature golf games.
For further program details, online registration or exhibitor/sponsor information visit www.westerncaptiveconference.org. Any additional questions can be directed to Melody King at the WRCIC office by phone at 800-423-4134 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.