We’ll be packing our bags for sunny Florida soon enough! Spring’s Managing Partner, Karin Landry, will be speaking on three different panels at this year’s World Captive Forum.

The three-day event will run from January 30th to February 1st in Turnberry Isles, Florida and we expect a great turnout of employers, regulators and service providers alike, all there to share their experiences and perspectives.World Captive Forum 2019

Karin will lead the following sessions:

  • State Regulation Again! Time for a Fresh Look! from 10:45-11:45 AM on January 31st. She will be speaking alongside Joseph Holahan, Attorney at Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP about the varied regulatory issues facing the captive industry today. They’ll be looking at Washington state and others who have passed recent tax regulations related to captives, and fleshing out how captive professionals can move forward.
  • US Benefits – It’s a Better Year from 1PM to 2PM on January 31st. Karin and David Slenn, Partner at Shumaker Loop & Kendrick LLP, will discuss benefits captives – where they stand today and where they’re headed. They will specifically address updates from the Department of Labor (DOL) and share a case study to bring the topic to light.
  • Stop-Loss in Captives from 2:15-3:15PM on January 31st. In this session, Karin will be joined by Steve Kroll of International Capital Investment Company and Tom DeNoma of Nationwide to discuss the growing trend of stop-loss captives and best practices in doing so. They will represent the employer, insurer and consultant viewpoints.

Spring has been to the World Captive Forum several times and always finds it to be a strong indicator of industry hot topics. Karin is excited to learn and share her knowledge. Not to mention she’ll get to escape from the Boston cold! If you’ll be in Florida too, don’t forget to catch a session (or two or three) or Karin’s and say hello.

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Christine Culgin

Christine Culgin

Christine is Spring's Marketing Manager. She studied Spanish and Economics at Lafayette College and later went on to receive her master's degree in global marketing communications and advertising from Emerson College. Christine specializes in b2b marketing and handles content creation, email marketing, social media, blogging, SEO and event management here at Spring.