View from State Regulators and Officials on the Latest Issues in Today’s Environment

May 2, 2016 9:20am

PANEL 1 | 9:20 a.m. – 10:35 a.m.

Peter L. Hartt
Director, Division of Insurance
New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance

John Doak
Commissioner
Oklahoma Insurance Department

Mark Ossi
Chief Examiner
Ga. Dept. of Insurance

Karen Weldin Stewart
Commissioner
Delaware Department of Insurance

Dr. Marcelo Ramella
Deputy Director, Financial Stability Department
Bermuda Monetary Authority

PANEL 2 | 10:35 a.m. – 11:55 a.m.

David Snowball
Director, Captive Insurance
Utah Insurance Department

Michael A. Corbett
Director of Captive Insurance Section
Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance

Robert Alan Wake
General Counsel
Maine Bureau of Insurance

James A. Mills
Chief of Staff, Director of Captive Insurance
Oklahoma Insurance Department

Sean O’Donnell
Director of Financial Examination
Washington DC Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking

Moderator of Panels 1 & 2:

Lawrence R. Hamilton
Partner
Mayer Brown LLP

  • How is each state promoting captives and how to segregate those efforts from regulation?
  • Efforts that various states have made to become more flexible and attract formation of captives in their states
  • Benefit of becoming a captive domicile
  • With an increasing number of captives being formed, how are regulators shouldering their responsibility in terms of giving everything the scrutiny it requires?
  • Regulators’ views on the upcoming issues