In an effort to enhance value and offer opportunities to members, the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) and the National Association of Professional Surplus Lines Offices (NAPSLO) have developed a partnership.

PLUS is a nonprofit organization established to support and enrich the careers of people involved in the field of professional liability underwriting. NAPSLO is a national trade association representing the surplus lines industry and the wholesale insurance marketing system.
Through this partnership, NAPSLO member companies and their employees will gain access to the PLUS Curriculum, a 23-module collection of professional liability training modules designed for adult learners, and other educational opportunities at its conference and seminars. Concurrently, PLUS will gain the benefit of NAPSLO’s surplus lines expertise through shared presentations, regulatory information and access to NAPSLO’s educational schools. The 2009 PLUS Annual International Conference, being held November 11-13 in Chicago, will host a panel presentation featuring a number of experts in the excess and surplus lines industry.

“NAPSLO is known as the authoritative voice of the surplus lines industry,” says NAPSLO president, John Wood, III, president of Specialty Risk Associates. “We are always looking for relationships with other segments of the insurance industry, particularly when it comes to providing educational information, promoting the professionalism of our members and sharing information about the vital role of the excess and surplus lines insurance industry. Our partnership with PLUS will allow for new ways to accomplish our mission and provide value to our members.”

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