(Boston, MA – April 2012) Karin Landry was named the 16th most influential person in the captive industry by Captive Review’s Power 50 Edition, released in March 2012, which describes her as “a big influence in introducing employee benefits programs to captives.”
The article mentions Karin’s efforts in being the driving force behind Spring obtaining several patents for funding employee benefits in a captive and “a regular speaker at US and European captive events.” It highlights an example of her work, where she helped a utility client generate more than $50m in savings by placing non-unionized workers retiree health benefits in a captive.
Captive Review’s Power 50 included Captive Regulators, Captive Managers, Risk Managers, Tax Regulators, Consultants, Lawyers, Associations and Advisors chosen by industry votes and reader suggestions of which professionals shape the captive industry. Karin was one of only 6 consultants to be named to the list.
“I am honored to be recognized by Captive Review’s Power 50 as an influential member of the captive industry,” said Karin Landry.
Karin has been involved with the captive industry for over 25 years and has helped multiple clients fund employee benefits through a captive. She is an internationally recognized leader in captive insurance strategy, benefits and financing. Karin is also a member of many industry associations and Past -Chairman of the Board of The Captive Insurance Company Association (CICA).