Why Oklahoma

A Growing Captive Domicile

Oklahoma is one of the newest and most attractive on-shore captive domiciles. Due to recent legislation, Oklahoma boasts a brand new, state of the art, captive statute which incorporates great flexibility, very low rates and fees, as well as, a very supportive regulatory environment.

Building on the "Sooner Tradition"

Oklahoma has historically been a conservative state with a stable economy based on agriculture, energy and manufacturing. Since the 2008 economic downturn nationally, Oklahoma has enjoyed prosperity with population growth and unemployment under 5.5%. The tradition of conservative values and a strong work ethic, coupled with pro-business government and a pro-captive Insurance Department, enhances the various benefits of choosing Oklahoma as a domicile for your captive.

In Oklahoma, we bring:

  • A flexible and Modern Captive Statute
  • Pro-Business Environment
  • Regulatory Support
  • Stable Environment

Recent Updates

Commissioner Doak's Letter Encouraging OCIA Membership

03/13/2015
Recently, Commissioner John Doak released a letter encouraging OCIA membership. We are very appreciative of this message from the Oklahoma Insurance Department and encourage you to read...

March 2015 OCIA Meeting Announced

02/25/2015
The Oklahoma Captive Insurance Association will have a meeting at 10:30AM March 23, 2015 at the offices of Midlands...

Commissioner Doak Encourages OCIA Membership

02/25/2015
In a letter addressed and currently being mailed to members within the captive industry, Commissioner John Doak endorsed the OCIA. Commissioner...

Licensed Captives Top 50

02/15/2015
James Mills, Director of the Captive Division of the Oklahoma Insurance Department, announced that as of February 15, 2015, Oklahoma has licensed over 50 captives...

OID Captive Division at World Captive Forum

02/03/2015
OID Captive Division at World Captive Forum
On February 2, 2015 the Oklahoma Insurance Department’s Captive Division, led by Director James Mills and Counsel Gordon Amini, attended the World Captive Forum meeting in Boca Raton, Florida...