TxCIA is pleased to announce that it will hold its 2022 Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX at the St. Anthony Hotel.

The conference will take place October 12-13, 2022Registration for the 2022 Annual Conference is open, and early bird pricing is available through September 12, 2022. 

Registration Rates:
Members: $425 early bird | $525 regular
Non-Members: $575 early bird | $650 regular
TxCIA members receive discounted registration rates. Not a member? Join today.

Book Your Discounted Hotel Room
A limited number of discounted hotel rooms are available for 2022 Annual Conference attendees. Click here to book your discounted room today. 

Sponsor the Annual Conference!
Sponsorship packages are available. Click here to learn more about this year's sponsorship opportunities.

Conference Schedule and Highlights
Back by popular demand, this year's conference will feature the return of our popular Captive 101 program, which will be held in the afternoon on Wednesday, October 12th from 2:00 to 4:30 pm. Wednesday evening will feature a special Welcome Reception from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at the Iron Cactus restaurant, located along the San Antonio River Walk. Conference registrants will then have the option of joining their fellow attendees for a River Walk boat tour at approximately 6:30 pm. 

Thursday, October 13th will feature a full day of conference programming. Planned sessions include the following:
  • Recent Captive Tax Developments, Concerns, and Trends
  • The Economic Landscape and Your Captive’s Portfolio
  • Captives: A Risk Manager Perspective
  • The Ever-changing Captive Landscape: Transfer Pricing & Beyond
  • Captive Innovation: Using Your Captive to Its Full Potential
  • How to Rate Your Captive

The full conference schedule, including all session titles and presenters, will be available soon. 

Keynote Speaker: Thursday will also feature a special luncheon Keynote Presentation from Major General Angela Salinas, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret), CEO of the Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas. Salinas served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 39 years. She was the first Latina selected and promoted to the general officer ranks in the U.S. Marine Corps. At the time of her retirement in September 2013, she was the senior ranking woman and Hispanic in the Corps.

A Girl Scout alumna, Salinas is a role model to girls and women seeking to break through the glass ceiling. She was the first woman to command the Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and the Western Recruiting Region, the first woman assigned as an Assistant Chief of Staff for plans and policy of a major combatant organization and the first woman assigned as a ground major’s combat service support monitor. Her personal decorations include the Navy Distinguished Service Medal; the Defense Superior Service Medal; the Legion of Merit with gold star; the Meritorious Service Medal with two gold stars; the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal; the Army Commendation Medal and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with two gold stars.