TAKING THE FRUSTRATION OUT OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION!
CAPTIVE INSURANCE WORKSHOPS
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2018 Pittsburgh Captive Insurance Workshop
Learn why a rapidly growing number of businesses are turning to Alternative Risk Financing Programs to dramatically lower their insurance costs by up to 60%.
Are You Feeling Frustrated and Overcharged?
When it comes to controlling and managing your insurance program and premiums, the odds are you will probably agree with at least a few, if not all, of the following statements from other business owners:
So, how do you end this frustrating cycle of purchasing insurance that leaves you wanting more?
IT IS SIMPLE, JUST ATTEND THE FREE WORKSHOP…
Register for the 2018 Pittsburgh Insurance Captives Workshop —TODAY!
Wouldn’t you like to improve your insurance program and keep those excess premiums for yourself, all while reducing your headaches and the frustrations of dealing with the traditional insurance marketplace?
Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Time: 8:00 am to 11:30 am
*Breakfast Served at 8:00 am
Oakmont Country Club
1233 Hulton Rd
Oakmont, PA 15139
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What You'll Learn
Captives are not a new concept; they have been around for over 100 years. From around 1,000 captives in 1980, there are now over 7,000, according to a September 2014 report by Conning Research & Consulting, and each captive can insure anywhere from one to hundreds of businesses. In fact, there has been more than a 35% increase in captives in the past 10 years as business owners become more sophisticated and demand better use of their capital. As a result, more and more businesses have turned to captives.
INTRODUCTION TO CAPTIVES
BENEFITS OF GROUP CAPTIVES
TYPES OF CAPTIVES
IS A CAPTIVE RIGHT FOR ME?
HOW TO JOIN A CAPTIVE
HEALTH INSURANCE CAPTIVES
TURNING PREMIUMS INTO PROFITS BOOK
CAPTIVE INSURANCE WORKSHOPS
The Operation, Structure, Selection, and Finances of a Captive
Find out how captives work, and the various types of captives, including: Group Business Insurance Captives,Group Health Insurance Captives, and 831(b) Enterprise Risk Captive. All while examining the various risk structures associated with group captives, and understanding how captives pay claims.
Maximizing the Results of Your Captive Program
Address how to benchmark your operational and safety performance and the impact your safety performance can have on your business. Explore how to audit your captive program and analyze the results.
Is a Captive Right for You, and How to Join a Captive
Understand the Pros and Cons of using insurance captive, determine if using a captive is right for you, and if you qualify for a captive programs. Learn how you will finance your risks (what your premiums will pay for) and Your financial requirements of being a member. In addition, we will discuss the steps to joining a captive and what captive groups fit your needs.
Who Should Attend?
Ultimately, you will learn why using a captive to insure your business and/or employee health insurance may benefit you and your company, and how to determine if one is right for you. Even if you are in a Captive today, this workshop is for you, as we will help you understand what your options are and if your Captive results are what they should and can be.
About the Presenters
David R Leng, CPCU, CIC, CWBA, CWCA, CRM
David R. Leng is author of the International Best Sellers-Turning Premiums Into Profits and The Laws of Insurance Attraction, as well as Stop Being Frustrated & Overcharged (By Your Workers’ Compensation Program). He was awarded the Advisor of the Year for 2008 by the Institute of WorkComp Professionals, and was requested to join the faculty of the Institute of WorkComp Professionals in 2012.
David is a 30-year veteran of the Risk Management and Insurance industry. He is regarded as one of the brightest minds in the industry due to his unique Risk Profile Improvement Process, which identifies, controls and reduces the risk factors inherent in any business that drive costs to an organization’s bottom line and hinders employee productivity. Since 2004, David has saved his clients well over $42,000,000 in premiums and overcharges.
David is Co-Founder of Keystone CompControl, the nation’s largest single network of Workers’ Compensation specialists, and is one of only 11 nationwide Level-5 Advisors of the Institute of WorkComp Professionals. David is also Executive Vice President and a Managing Partner of the Duncan Financial Group.
Michael Lukart, CSP, CWCA
Michael Lukart is President of East Coast Risk Management, LLC. Along with his team, he provides risk management consulting services to more than 150 companies in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as well as NJ, MD, OH, NC and WV. He has more than 25 years experience in the safety/risk management arena with organizations ranging from small/medium firms to large, complex multinational corporations. He holds the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and Certified Workers Compensation Advisor (CWCA) designations.
Jon D Kirssin
Jon D Kirssin is the Principal of CFMC, Inc., a captive and general insurance consulting and management company, formed in July 2001. Directly prior to founding CFMC, Jon was Senior Vice-President for alternative markets and service operations with a large regional insurance agency located in Central PA.
Jon has extensive experience and expertise with workers compensation, professional and general liability, difference-in-condition, automobile, and service contracts (auto, builders and furniture), medical malpractice and many varied enterprise risk exposures. He currently actively manages 50+ single parent captives with many more in the feasibility study and formation process. As a captive manager, Jon's responsibilities include planning, claims management, policy development/issuance, reinsurance negotiation and other dedicated captive company issues and needs.
John Simios has worked in the insurance industry for almost 30 years and group captives since 1991. After starting his career at Arthur J. Gallagher in their headquarters, he joined Captive Resources in 2009. During his career, John's created several group captives and worked closely on 12 different group captives - including heterogeneous and industry specific.
A resident of Chicago, John graduate of Indiana University in Bloomington, John and his wife of 27 years have two daughters in college.