The Cayman Captive Forum is renowned for its educational content, delivered by industry thought leaders and world class experts with vast experience in the industry. 


Become a speaker

Last year we had a range of educational sessions, from panels to presentations with over 100 speakers across the industry. If you would like to speak at the Cayman Captive Forum 2019, we want to hear from you. 

Please submit your proposal by 12 April 2019 (see submission guide and Submit your proposal for a maximum of 3 speakers per session, one of whom can be the moderator). We will inform speakers of their inclusion on the agenda by 31 May 2019 or shortly thereafter.

Speakers receive a complimentary Forum registration and are responsible for their own travel and accommodations.

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Cayman Captive Forum 2019 Speakers

CCF2019 Speaker Listing




All presentations must be sent to your assigned Speaker Coordinator(s) by 1 November 2019. 

Please see guidelines below to find out who your Speaker Coordinator is.

CCF2019 Speaker Guidelines



CCF2019 Speaker Presentation PPT Template



We value the feedback we get each year from delegates. Last year you told us that you wanted to know more about:

Intermediate advanced group captives
Captive expansion
Alternative uses for captives
Blockchain and Insutech
Cat bonds, reinsurance structures
Crisis management
Violence and mass shootings
Cyber insurance
Duties and responsibilities of captive boards
Employee injury
Patient safety
Life and non-life coverages in a captive
Medical stop loss and medical malpractice claims

Attendees also noted that they would like to see less selling of products and more advanced topics and more non-healthcare topics. 

Speaker gifts

As usual, in lieu of speaker gifts, the Cayman Captive Forum will make a donation to the Cayman Watercolours Calendar, the proceeds of which are shared by Jasmine, formerly known as Cayman HospiceCare and the Cayman National Council of Voluntary Organisations

The calendar is developed by the Cayman Watercolours Charitable Trust and sponsored by Aureum Re, Conyers and Grant Thornton.