Celebrating 50 Years...

IGP International Employee Benefits Seminar

Westin Hotel Copley Place Boston • May 9-11, 2017


2017 will mark the 50th year that IGP and our Network Partners have been providing solutions to help global companies better manage their international employee benefits. To celebrate, we will be hosting our International Employee Benefits Seminar on May 9-11, 2017 at the Westin Copley Place Boston.

The daily program features an extensive choice of more than 35 presentations covering employee benefits and social insurance programs in countries throughout the world, as well as solutions for globally mobile employees. The program will also feature Special Interest Sessions during which guest speakers will discuss topics of interest to those involved with international employee benefits. In addition to the formal agenda, there will be a Complimentary Training Program on topics related to multinational pooling during the afternoon of Monday, May 8.

Participants will be able to meet, ask questions and share solutions with the IGP Network Partners, benefits professionals from a broad range of multinational corporations and representatives of the leading international brokerage and consulting firms at one of the premier networking events in the global benefit’s industry. 

Register here

 For more information, please contact: Elaine Paradiso at eparadiso@jhancock.com

Plenary Special Interest Sessions

Chris Bruce, Managing Director at Thomsons Online Benefits, will discuss the key trends currently influencing employee benefits and why a global benefits strategy is key. 

Guido Hakenes, Global Benefits Delivery Manager of SAP, and Pedro Neiva Botelho, Compensation and Benefits Manager - Latin America at Schlumberger, will do a joint presentation on how two different global employers design, implement and manage diverse benefit programs.

Captive Panel Discussion: A panel session moderated by Captive Review discussing the various issues related to including employee benefits coverages in a captive arrangement: key considerations, the role of HR and risk management, regulatory changes related to Solvency II and BEPS, trends, etc.

  • Richard Cutcher, Editor of Captive Review
  • Mark Cook, Director, Willis Towers Watson
  • Alan Halsall, Senior Consultant, Aon Hewitt
  • Lorraine Stack, Business Development Leader, Marsh Captive Solutions

Venue Information

The Westin Copley Place Boston
10 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02116 USA

The group rate at the Westin Hotel for the IGP Seminar will be USD 305 plus tax (USD 349.07) per night for single or double occupancy. Hotel accommodations are not included in the registration fee.

Registration Fees

First Attendee  

USD 1,000     Until March 31
USD 1,100   April 1 - May 1
USD 1,200    After May 1 

Additional attendees from the same company

USD 900     Until March 31
USD 1,000   April 1 - May 1
USD 1,100    After May 1 


For every two paid attendees from the same company, a third person from that company will not have to pay the registration fee.