Spring will be well represented at today’s Symposium on Captive Insurance in Connecticut event in Stamford, CT.

Karin Landry Spring Consulting GroupManaging Partner Karin Landry will guide a discussion with a group of risk management professionals concerning their hands-on experience in dealing with the opportunities and effects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The discussion will cover how businesses can benefit from new captive insurance initiatives.

teri weber spring consulting groupSpring Partner Teri Weber will be a presenter in this ACA discussion as she offers significant insight from a provider’s point of view and someone who has seen the impact of healthcare reform up close in her work with the brokerage community.

Landry has more than 25 years of experience in the health care, insurance, risk financing, retirement and benefits industries. She is an internationally recognized leader in captive insurance strategy, benefits and financing.  Landry is a member of the Mathew Greenwald Board, Past-Chairman of the Board of The Captive Insurance Company Association (CICA), a member of the ERISA Industry Committee and was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for Fallon Community Health Plan.  She is also a Professor of Employee Benefits and member of the finance committee for International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE).

Weber has over 10 years of experience in health and welfare plan strategy, design, pricing and implementation. She also works with absence management programs, including disability, family medical leave and leave of absence tracking. Her areas of expertise have allowed her to work with diverse employers and vendors to streamline processes and programs to meet the needs of insurers, administrators, employers and employees. Teri is on the Board for the New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC) and recently served as lead editor for the Disability Management Employer Coalition’s (DMEC) Return to Work Program Manual.  She holds an ACI designation and is a licensed broker in the states of MA and CT.

Other discussion topics at the event include why captives may be right certain businesses, concepts of risk capital, corporate governance and captives and growth in captives for the middle market.

The Symposium will also provide networking opportunities with risk management service professionals and key insurance regulators.