Formerly employed in the public sector, Vermont Captive Insurance Association President Molly Lambert said she continues to be amazed by cooperation between the private sector and her domicile state, which has sealed the long-term success of Vermont’s booming captive industry.

The state has proven such a strong supporter, in fact, that any new captive legislation needed is swiftly taken care of by the legislature and Gov. Jim Douglas, with the governor a regular speaker at the VCIA’s annual conference in Burlington.

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