Captive Review announces in-person events for 2021

Captive Review is excited to announce its in-person events schedule for the second half of 2021 after hosting a multitude of virtual events over the last 16 months.

Most captive insurance professionals have been unable to travel or meet their colleagues face to face for more than a year now, and the events will offer an increased networking time so attendees can make the most of seeing their peers.

“We are excited to announce a program of in-person events that focus on what the market wants right now: insightful content and expanded opportunities to network,” publishing director Nick Morgan said.

The schedule of events features some much-loved favourites such as the US Captive Summit, this year in Chicago, and the European Captive Forum, once again being held in Luxembourg.

If you’re looking for a more social event, three Meet the Managers Golf Days are planned, as well as both the US Captive Review Awards and the EU Captive Review Awards.

Captive Review Events 2021

Meet the Managers Golf Day Vermont

Tuesday 7 September, Burlington Vermont

US Captive Summit

Thursday 9 September, Chicago Illinois

London Captive Briefing

Thursday 16 September, London UK

US Captive Review Awards

Sunday 10 October, Tuscon Arizona

European Captive Review Awards

Tuesday 8 November, Luxembourg

European Captive Forum (ECF)

Wednesday 9 November-Thursday 10 November, Luxembourg

Meet the Managers Golf Day North Carolina

Wednesday 17 November, Charlotte North Carolina

Meet the Managers Golf Day Bermuda 

Tuesday 23 November, Bermuda


For more information about any of our upcoming events or if you wish to attend, please contact:

Lauren Ingram, Editor, +44 (0)20 7832 6684

Nick Morgan, Publishing Director, +44 (0)20 7832 6635

Mansi Khatwani, Business Development Manager (0)20 7832 6582

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