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5 in 15: The Five Things You Need to Know About the Canadian Benefits Landscape in 15 minutes

3/5/2020 12:00 PM EST - 12:15 EST
Webinar

Overview

Who Should Watch

This is a LIMRA member benefit webinar. Registration is open to home/corporate office employees of LIMRA member companies. Membership will be verified upon registration. 

LOMA Members: LOMA members please contact customer.service@limra.com for login assistance.

Highlights

This webinar will share initial findings of LIMRA's Canadian Employer Study. We will share the  employee benefits most commonly offered, those that are experiencing the most growth, and what new benefits are emerging.

Host

Patrick T. Leary, M.B.A., LLIF
Corporate Vice President, Workplace Benefits Research, LIMRA

Patrick T. Leary, M.B.A., LLIF

Corporate Vice President, Workplace Benefits Research, LIMRA

Patrick T. Leary, M.B.A., LLIF, is corporate vice president, workplace benefits research for LIMRA. In this role, Pat leads a team of workplace benefits professionals responsible for conducting research on the products, markets, and distribution of a wide range of life, health, and related employee benefits.

Before assuming his current position, Pat directed LIMRA’s distribution research program and, prior to that, was a member of LIMRA’s group insurance research team.

Pat joined LIMRA in 1989. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Hartwick College and his M.B.A. from the University of Connecticut. Pat also earned his LIMRA Leadership Institute Fellow (LLIF) designation in 2012.

Presenter

Yuliya Babushkina
Associate Research Director, LIMRA

Yuliya Babushkina

Associate Research Director, LIMRA

Yuliya Babushkina joined LIMRA in 2004. As Associate Research Director, her responsibilities include managing the U.S. workplace benefits dental and vision studies as well as employer and employee-focused benchmarking studies.

Babushkina received her diploma in history from Moscow State University (Lomonosov’s) in Russia. She has a master’s degree in history from Bowling Green State University and a master’s degree in survey research from the University of Connecticut.