The Tennessee Captive Insurance Association (TCIA) proudly announces the appointment of Michael A. Corbett as its President for the year 2024. A distinguished professional with a wealth of experience in the financial and insurance sectors, Mr. Corbett is poised to bring his expertise and leadership to further strengthen the captive insurance industry.
Michael A. Corbett, a Pelham Manor, NY native, holds an MBA from Emory University and a BA from the University of Mississippi, with advanced international finance studies at the London School of Business. Beginning his career as a corporate lender, he later held senior financial roles at notable companies. Corbett established a successful financial consulting practice at UBS, specializing in the captive insurance industry, and chaired the finance committee of the Vermont Captive Insurance Association.
In 2011, he became the chief regulator of captive insurance in Tennessee, overseeing the formation of 700 Risk Bearing Entities, generating over $6.5 billion in premiums and $16 million in revenue. Corbett, a perennial member of Captive Review's Power 50, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2021 for his significant contributions to the captive industry.
Joining Pinnacle Financial Partners in 2020, Corbett aims to position PNFP as a leading financial service provider in the captive insurance sector. He serves as president of PNFP’s captive, PNFP Insurance Company, and is a representative on the Tennessee Business Roundtable.TCIA Board of Directors
A MESSAGE FROM MICHAEL A. CORBETT
2024 marks a new chapter for the TCIA. I am proud to have been elected president for the coming year, continuing the fine work that Kevin Doherty has done since we formed the TCIA in 2011.
The TCIA has represented the captive industry in Tennessee with the unwavering support of numerous volunteers. My fellow board members: Kevin Doherty, Jennifer Meranda, Andrew Rhea, Christine Scruggs, Susan Euteneuer, Misti Doose, Chris Woodruff, Michelle Bradley, Bill Buechler and Ben Whitehouse along with numerous committees have made the TCIA a very successful organization looking after the interests of the captive industry in Tennessee.
I stand on the shoulders of these dedicated volunteers who I am proud to call friends.
I look forward to a successful and prosperous 2024!