PRESS RELEASE: ICS Nominated for two U.S. Captive Services Awards

Press Release, August 22, 2014.


Iroquois Captive Services (ICS) has been nominated for two U.S. Captive Services Awards.

The US Captive Services Awards, presented by Captive Review, recognize and reward those providers of captive insurance products and services who have outperformed their competitors and demonstrated the highest levels of excellence over the past 12 months.

The Award winners will be announced at an evening ceremony on Monday, October 6, 2014 at the Westin Chicago River North, Chicago, IL.

ICS has been nominated for two awards:

  • Independent Captive Manager of the Year
  • Captive Manager of the Year

Bill McGugin, President/CEO, Iroquois Captive Services: “The fact that ICS is in the running for such prestigious awards after being in existence for less than one year is a compliment to all of

the people involved in our captive business. Our dramatic growth and prospects for the future have positioned Iroquois Captive Services in the upper echelon of captive managers in the country.”

About Iroquois Captive Services:

Incorporated in November of 2013, Iroquois Captive Services (‘ICS’ or ‘Iroquois’) is the first ‘home grown’ captive manager in the state of Tennessee. In only nine months of existence, ICS

provides management and/or consulting services to over 90 captive insurance companies with dozens more in the feasibility and formation phase. This growth is attributed to strategic professional partnerships, organic development strategies and active participation in several professional groups including the Captive Insurance Companies Association and Tennessee Captive Insurance


Our team of seasoned captive veterans is dedicated to providing professional consulting, claims, underwriting, formation and on-going management services to captive insurance companies and their owners.

For more information on Iroquois Captive Services please visit

About Captive Review:

Captive Review and are published with the concerns and interests of the risk management and captive insurance communities firmly in mind. Captive Review was launched in December 1999 and is now published monthly.

Captive Review is read by over 12,000 subscribers, 60% of whom are captive owners. The magazine and website are also widely used by captive management firms and the wider captive insurance service provider sector.

The magazine features articles on hot topics in alternative risk transfer (ART) and captive insurance, including emerging captive risks and markets, as well as news analysis covering all

aspects of the captive insurance industry: legislative and regulatory issues, new domiciles, competition and consolidation among service providers, innovative captive and ART structures and developments in the risk retention group industry.

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