"Captive Insurance Companies: Many Benefits for Middle Market Business Owners and Their Trusted Advisors," Tax Talks

November 9, 2016
7:30 AM-9:00 AM

Presented by former Georgia Commissioner of Revenue Doug MacGinnitie

The Tax practice group attorneys of Taylor English invite you to join us on November 9, 2016, for a breakfast program on the topic, "Captive Insurance Companies: Many Benefits for Middle Market Business Owners & Their Trusted Advisors."

Tax Talks is part of a series hosted for tax attorneys and accountants to address timely topics and promote discussion.

Captive Insurance Companies (CICs) are insurance companies established by businesses or owners of businesses with the specific objective of insuring risks of those businesses. CICs were first established in the 1950s and have since been an integral part of the risk management portfolios of many large companies. Over 90% of Fortune 1000 companies have one or more CIC, and over half of all property and casualty premiums are written through captives. Doug MacGinnitie, CEO of River Oak Risk and the former State Revenue Commissioner for Georgia will lead a discussion regarding the benefits of captive insurance for the middle market business owners and their advisors.



Kim Bunting
Kim Bunting is the Chief Operating Officer at River Oak Risk and is responsible for the day-to-day operations and oversees all captive formations. Ms. Bunting has consulted with a number of large publicly traded and privately owned businesses in optimizing their risk management programs and establishing captive insurance programs, large and small. She holds an MBA and JD from Emory University and is a graduate of Oglethorpe University. She is a member of the ABA Captive Insurance Committee and board member of the Georgia Captive Insurance Association.


Doug MacGinnitie
Doug MacGinnitie joined River Oak Risk in January 2015 as its Chief Executive Officer. For the last four years, he has served as State Revenue Commissioner for Georgia, managing the state’s Department of Revenue. Prior to his public service, he was the COO and Director of Beecher Carlson, a commercial property and casualty insurance brokerage based in Atlanta. Mr. MacGinnitie is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Emory Law School, and is a member of several non-profit boards.

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