Butler Snow attorney Benjamin Arthur Whitehouse is set to moderate an International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) webinar on Wednesday, June 3. The session, titled “Captives in the Midst of the Coronavirus Crisis: A Regulator Roundtable Discussion,” will feature distinguished captive regulators from the Cayman Islands, Delaware, Hawaii, New Jersey, Tennessee and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Panelists will explore the current state of affairs in the captive insurance industry, with focus given to captive operations in the next six months as captive managers and captive owners look to ensure compliance, watch solvency benchmarks and begin planning for the future.
Whitehouse is a member of Butler Snow’s business department and practices within the regulatory and government relations practice group. He focuses his practice on general insurance and captive insurance matters. Whitehouse is a former supervising attorney and assistant general counsel of the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance as well as assistant attorney general for the state.
Whitehouse holds a certificate from the ICCIE as an Associate in Captive Insurance and previously held a certification as a Professional in Insurance Regulation by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. He received his undergraduate degree from Wabash College and his Juris Doctor from the University of Tennessee College of Law. Whitehouse also holds a master of laws in taxation from Boston University School of Law to support his work in captive insurance.