CHSI Captive & Insurance Managers is a state-approved captive insurance management company that allows individual companies in high risk industries to join and participate in a risk-sharing self-insurance pool that provides custom captive insurance coverage. Established in 2006 by CHSI executives, NCIM has established trust in the industry and a foundation for successful captive program management.
Mr. Hall is an author and expert in specialized areas of alternative risk management and insurance company operations. He has significant experience organizing and managing insurance companies and their operational functions. As a former tax partner with the accounting firm of Ernst & Young, Mr. Hall was a member of the firm’s insurance industry specialization group. His writings include: The Captive Insurance Manual (3 vol.); Practical Risk Management (Contributor, Topic B-5, Taxes); The Alternative Market; and other journal articles. Mr. Hall has been a lecturer for the Harford Institute on Insurance Taxation and the Crittenden tax seminars.
Mr. Leftwich has twenty-plus years of corporate management experience in the manufacturing, retail, and service sectors of industry. In his career he has held management positions that have ranged from Production Manager of a mid-market manufacturer, to Director of Risk Management for a multi-billion dollar retailer, to President of a Wellpoint/ Blue Cross subsidiary organization. Mr. Leftwich has held Board positions on a number of private and non-profit companies and formerly the Chairman for the Emergency Physicians Insurance Company (EPIC), a national medical-malpractice insurance company, as well as a Board seat on the TriState Medical Insurance Company. Currently Mr. Leftwich serves as Board member on the Nevada Gaming and Hospitality Association, and the Nevada Captive Insurance Association. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Southwest University and holds national accreditation as a “Senior Professional in Human Resources”. Mr. Leftwich provides consulting services and solution-oriented designs directly to CHSI clients and is responsible for ensuring the operational integrity of our clients programs.
Mr. McCarty started his insurance career as an underwriter for Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York in San Francisco in early 1960 after his graduation from the University of Oregon. After completing the company’s fast track training program along with postgraduate studies at Golden Gate College of Insurance, Mr. McCarty accepted a position with the international brokerage firm Johnson & Higgins where he was responsible for instigating and promoting national and international sales programs for major corporations. In twelve years he guided the first Johnson & Higgins’ “start up office” ever attempted to a high level of profitability with well over seven figures in commission income including ten of the twelve Fortune 500 clients in the Portland region. In 1981, Mr. McCarty joined UniCare Insurance Company a newly chartered workers compensation company in Irvine, California. As the Senior VP of Marketing, Mr. McCarty propelled the premium volume from start up to over high nine figures in less than 13 years. During that time he also founded Innovative Care Systems, a new paradigm worker’s compensation claims / loss control / wellness service delivery system. In 1994, UniCare was sold to Wellpoint / Blue Cross of California. Mr. McCarty served as Senior Vice President of Wellpoint / Blue Cross during the transition phase and retired in 1995.