On February 20th, MMM's Joe Holahan will sit on a panel with other noted captive insurance specialists to examine the rules governing when a state other than a captive's domicile may regulate the captive and when it may assess a direct procurement tax.
The session will address these issues from the perspectives of both a pure captive and a group captive and will apply the lessons learned from recent regulatory actions and court rulings, both those that are widely known, such as the 2018 regulatory action by Washington State and a recent decision from the New Jersey Tax Court, and lesser known regulatory actions drawn from the presenters' own experience.
After completing this webinar, participants will know:
- Standards governing when a state other than a captive's domicile may regulate the captive or assess a tax on the captive or its insureds
- Strategies captive owners can employ to mitigate the risk of being subject to regulation or taxes outside their captive's domicile or, if another tax must be paid, to reduce the amount owed
- Practical considerations affecting how to gauge the regulatory risk in this area