Category Archives: Spring News
We are pleased to announce that Spring Partner and Integrated Disability Management Team Lead Karen English, has been named a 2015 “Power Broker” by Risk & Insurance magazine. Continue reading
After suffering through the record-setting snowfall of the past few weeks in Boston, Team Spring cannot wait to head south to sunny Florida for the annual Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) conference. Continue reading
We were excited to find out this morning that Spring has made the “short list” for a 2015 UK Captive Services Award.
The awards, presented by the highly regarded industry publication Captive Review, “recognize and reward those captive insurance service providers that have demonstrated exceptional customer service and innovative product development over the past 12 months. ” Continue reading
Spring is proud to announce that managing partner, Karin Landry has been named by Captive Review to the publication’s “Power 50” list for 2014. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that Spring will be sponsoring the Vermont Captive Insurance Association’s (VCIA) “Road Show” tour when it makes its way to Boston on October 21, 2014. Continue reading
We are pleased to report that Spring’s Managing Partner, Karin Landry, has been named the “Captive Professional of the Year” U.S. Captive Service Award for 2014. Continue reading
We are proud to announce that Spring’s Managing Partner, Karin Landry, has been asked to present at this year’s Captive Live USA Conference.
Landry will be presenting with Gabriel Marinaro, an attorney at the Law Firm of Drinker, Biddle & Reath, LLP. The titile of their presentation will be The Next Generation of Captive Funding: Medical Stop-Loss and Multinational Pooling. Continue reading
On October 2-3 in Duluth, MN, the organization Impairment Without Disability will be holding their 7th annual conference.
Impairment Without Disability is a collaborative organization dedicated to the health, function, and well being (ability) of all individuals who have, or who have experienced, potentially disabling impairments. Its unique scope is to bring together thought leaders and industrial and academic experts to help promote individual wellness and function through and after having suffered impairing injury or illness.
The goal of the conference is straightforward: Continue reading