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 2020, we want to hear from you.
We will email all of last years Forum attendees and everyone on our eNews mailing list on Wednesday Feb 19th to advise when we will start accepting on-line submissions, so sign up now if you have not already done so. Please submit your proposal by Sunday 19 April 2020 – deadline extended to Friday 15 May (see submission guide and Submit your proposal on-line (see link below) for a maximum of 3 speakers per session, one of whom can be the moderator). You can submit multiple proposals. We will inform speakers of their inclusion on the agenda by 30 June 2020 or shortly thereafter.
Speakers receive a complimentary Forum registration and are responsible for their own travel and accommodations.
Feedback from 2019 attendees requested sessions on the topics listed below.
Panels introductions should be kept brief and allow more time for Q&A.
Use the App for the audience to submit questions. Use the App to poll the audience.
Claims management: Ways to reduce med-mal exposure. Use technology for cost management. Verdict trends.
Cyber liability, Crypto, Fintech.
Active shooter, workplace violence.
Disaster planning / business continuity.
Group Captives, Affinity Groups, Amplify Women (CICA)
Topics from a Physician / healthcare provider perspective.
Attendees also noted that they would like to see less selling of products and more advanced topics and more non-healthcare topics.
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.