Prior years' topic presentations etc are available from our Agenda Archives. Tip: Use the website Search to quickly find a speaker(s) or topic.
The Forum Committee send an email to all members, past Forum attendees and everyone on our e-News mailing list (subscribe now!) on February 22, 2017 requesting proposals for presentations and speakers for 2017 to be submitted on the CCF2017 Call for Speakers template and emailed to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for the Call for Speakers Template.
Submissions are to be received no later than Friday April 14th and will be responded to by email by May 31st or shortly thereafter. The April 14th deadline for submissions allows us to determine the number of Ritz-Carlton rooms to be held for speakers, thereby leaving as many rooms as possible open to Delegates. Presentation panels should be comprised of between 2 and 4 speakers and should include at least one Cayman captive owner/risk manager. Upon acceptance we will forward a copy of the speaker guidelines which will include important information and the date we need to receive your final presentation. The final speaker selection and agenda is expected to be available in September.
Feedback from our 2016 Forum attendees (many thanks to all who contributed suggestions) indicates an interest in; more non-healthcare topics, topics for the experienced captive owners, Cyber ERM, Strategic planning for captives, more Group captive topics, Cat Bonds and ILS, More advanced topics -some of the sessions are too basic for an established captive, Senior living industry, How an insurance company can be a partner to a captive, Employee benefits in a captive. Alternative captive uses - pros and cons, reinsurance structures and creativity.
The goal of the Forum is education and networking amongst IMAC members and participants.
Note: IMAC makes an annual US$ 5,000 donation to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society in lieu of speaker gifts.
Submissions will be reviewed based on these criteria: 1. Overall quality, with well-defined focus and timeliness of the topic. 2. Level of interaction, input from, and networking among the attendees. 3. Relevance to the captive and/or risk retention industries and their associated businesses. 4. Introduction of emerging subjects or topics which appeal to varying experience levels. 5. An intriguing and concise title that conveys the importance and relevance of the subject. 6. Identify learning points and takeaways for conference attendees. 7. An inter-active format with session attendees is encouraged. 8. Panel sessions should involve 2 to 4 speakers offering varying perspectives on a topic. 9. All sessions will be approx an hour in length including introductions and Q&A. 10. Each panel session must include at least one Cayman captive owner/risk manager.
Documents CCF2017 Speaker Guidelines pdf ( TO BE UPDATED for 2017) CCF2017 Speaker Presentation PowerPoint Template (TO BE UPDATED for 2017). Speakers must not promote products or services of a company. A company logo may be inserted only on the Introduction page of the presentation. Speakers must not violate any copyright interest or proprietary rights of others. Please use Format / Compress Pictures / Options 200 dpi to ensure pictures and graphics are compressed to ensure overall file size is minimised for Mobile Apps etc.
Speaker Key Dates
Speakers – IMAC email Call for Speakers to be submitted to our Call for Speakers website.
Feb 22, 2017
Speaker Submissions - deadline
April 14, 2017
Speaker Submissions - IMAC sends emails to Accept / Decline
May 31, 2017
Emails will be sent to all accepted speakers with a link to register as a complimentary speaker (and provide a photo and brief bio) and a link to book a Speakers room at the Ritz Carlton.
Speaker Presentations due date. Please use the presentation template (see above)
November 1, 2017.
Presentations uploaded to our website and Forum APP.