Jeff focuses his practice on the formation, regulation and governance of captive insurance companies. He assists with all matters in the lifecycle of a captive.
Jeff’s clients rely on him for practical business advice to help them reach their goals. He is known for his creativity, problem-solving and thought leadership. His long tenure in the industry includes time spent as a captive manager, which gives him a unique perspective.
Jeff has a thorough understanding of the myriad issues that impact captive insurance arrangements. He is active in a number of industry associations and is a faculty member with the International Center for Captive Insurance Education.
Jeff is a founder and former director of the Delaware Captive Insurance Association and is an active member of several other captive insurance industry associations, working closely with regulators. He is a director of the Self-Insurance Institute of America and chairs its Enterprise Risk Captive Advocacy Working Group, which focuses on government advocacy for the captive insurance industry.
Jeff also has experience as an entrepreneur, as outside general counsel for small businesses and in business-side positions in financial institutions.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jeffrey K. Simpson