On April 28, 2015, Montana Governor Steve Bullock signed into law amendments to Montana’s law regarding captive insurers. Significantly, the amendments make it possible for public entities in Montana to set up captives. Additionally, the amendments allow captives in Montana to be organized as limited liability companies. Such LLCs must be established with a minimum of five members. John Jones, President of the Montana Captive Insurance Association (“MCIA”), called these amendments “meaningful improvements to what is already one of the country’s premier captive domiciles.” The amendments, spearheaded by the MCIA and the Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance, aim to make Montana a more attractive destination for companies looking to establish or re-domesticate captives.