CAMICO Named Preferred Provider for the Oregon Society of CPAs

CAMICO, the nation’s largest CPA-directed program of insurance and risk management for the accounting profession, has been named the preferred provider of professional liability and employment practices liability insurance for the Oregon Society of CPAs (OSCPA).

Created by CPAs to protect CPAs, CAMICO provides insurance products and comprehensive risk and claims management services to help CPA firms minimize losses on a proactive basis.

"CAMICO is committed to actively providing our members with CPA-centric expertise, resources and advisory services to assist them with their day-to-day practice issues and needs," said Sherri L.D. McPherson, CAE, President/CEO of the OSCPA. "We believe that Oregon CPAs will greatly benefit from CAMICO as OSCPA’s preferred program."

"The Oregon Society of CPAs’ selection of CAMICO as preferred provider is indicative of our mission to provide complete insurance and risk management services that stay closely in step with the evolving needs of CPAs," said Ric Rosario, CPA, President and CEO of CAMICO. "We look forward to working closely with the Oregon Society in serving its members."

About the OSCPA

With approximately 4,500 members statewide, as well as in other states and countries, the Oregon Society of CPAs, founded in 1908, is committed to the continuing professional success of its members. The Society’s mission is to act in a representative capacity for the profession, encourage the maintenance of high professional standards, increase public awareness and understanding of CPAs and CPA services, support excellence in accounting education, assist members in professional and personal development, and enhance professional cooperation.

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