October Luncheon - North Carolina Captives

Please join us for lunch at 11:30am on Friday, October 16 at Bryon's South End as we welcome Debbie Walker and Martin Eveleigh in a discussion about North Carolina Captives. 

Our two speakers will be discussing:

  • The current state of the captive market, including emerging growth areas, types of risks covered, opportunities, and recent court decisions.
  • Current state of the NC captive program
  • Advantages of NC with specific reference to the legislation and how it is applied by NCDOI.

Martin Eveleigh is the Chairman of Atlas Insurance Management, which he formed in 2002. He has an M.A. from Oxford, where he read Jurisprudence and is a Barrister-At-Law. He is also a Chartered Insurance Practitioner and Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute. Mr. Eveleigh began his career as a broker in the Lloyd’s of London market in 1983. As Executive Director of the International Reinsurance Division of Willis, he negotiated and placed the largest marine excess of loss programs in the world. While with KPMG in the British Virgin Islands, he became a founding member of the British Virgin Islands Insurance Association. Mr. Eveleigh specializes in designing alternative risk transfer programs – particularly risk pools – and captive structures. He has chaired the legislative committee of the Bahamas International Insurance Association and has drafted legislation and regulatory guidance for Anguilla and Nevis. He currently serves as the Chairman of the North Carolina Captive Insurance Association and sits on the Alternative Risk Transfer committee of the Self-Insurance Institute of America. He is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Debbie Walker is the Director of Captive Insurance at the NC Department of Insurance. She is a certified public accountant, has worked in financial regulation in North Carolina’s insurance department for more than 20 years and was named chief financial analyst in 2006. Before joining the Department of Insurance she held various accounting positions in the insurance industry. As head of North Carolina’s Captive Insurance Section, Ms. Walker will be responsible for analyzing captive license applications and overseeing the ongoing regulation of captives licensed in North Carolina.