TxCIA's 7th Annual Conference: Postponed

Given the ongoing uncertainty created by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as current CDC guidance regarding large gatherings, TxCIA's Board of Directors has decided to postpone the 2020 Conference. The event will be rescheduled for later in the year. We are currently targeting dates within a September/October timeframe, with exact dates to be announced as soon as possible.

Current conference registrants will receive additional information regarding the status of their registrations. Please contact us via email with any questions. 


Regular 85th Legislative Session Recap

During the 85th Legislative session, there were a number of bills that became law related to insurance and captives. Click here to read more about the laws coming into effect on September 1, 2017.

TxCIA's Legislation, HB 1944, Signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott 

On June 15, 2017, House Bill 1944 became law. These changes will make it easier for companies to redomicile or start captives in the State of Texas.

TxCIA's Bills SB 915 and HB 1944 filed in the 85th Texas Legislature

On February 15, 2017, Senate Bill 915 and House Bill 1944 were filed by Senator Hughes and Representative Murphy, respectively. These bills will make several changes to align regulatory oversight with captive regulation in other states to make it easier to form captives in Texas. Click here to read more about TxCIA's legislative efforts this session.

 Our Mission

The Texas Captive Insurance Association exists to serve as an information resource about captive insurance to both members and regulators, to provide networking and marketing opportunities to individuals and organizations involved with captives, and to advocate for state and national policies that encourage the utilization of captive insurance for risk management. Read More Here.