Escondido, CA (PRWEB) July 09, 2011
The Board of Directors of TRI-AD Actuaries, Inc. is pleased to announce that effective July 1, 2011, Thad Hamilton, SPHR, CEBS has been promoted to President.
In his new role as TRI-AD’s President, Thad Hamilton will assume primary responsibility over the firm’s direction and its operational aspects, including managing the executive team. Most of the senior managers have over ten years of service with TRI-AD. “Because I have worked with our senior managers for so long,” commented Thad Hamilton, “I already have a good understanding of the firm’s leadership responsibilities, as well as the challenges and opportunities we'll confront as we continue our growth. I am so thankful for the enthusiasm and support that have been extended to me as we make this transition."
This transition is a part of a long-term succession plan. Curtis (Curt) Hamilton, MSPA, EA, MAAA, the founder and majority shareholder of TRI-AD, will retain his role as CEO and Chairman of the Board, shifting his focus to longer-term projects, new service research and development, and evaluating investments in future growth.
Over its 37-year history, TRI-AD has grown to be one of the nation's largest privately-held employee benefits administration outsourcing providers. The firm’s most important achievement has been the long-term relationships created with clients, employees, and the larger community. Continuing to forge these durable relationships will remain the company's guiding principle in the future.
Founded in 1974, TRI-AD is one of the largest privately-held benefits administration providers nationwide. TRI-AD’s approach of providing Total Benefits Administration Outsourcing solutions to mid-market employers, with a focus on service and flexibility, positions TRI-AD as a unique provider in the Benefits Administration market. TRI-AD administers benefits enrollment and changes, all types of reimbursement plans, COBRA, retiree health plans, and all types of retirement plans. More information at http://www.tri-ad.com.