CAMICO Receives The Kansas Society of CPAs’ Exclusive Endorsement

SAN MATEO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- CAMICO (www.camico.com), the nation’s largest CPA-focused program of insurance and risk management for the accounting profession, has been named the exclusively endorsed provider of professional liability and employment practices liability insurance for The Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants (KSCPA).

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

“CAMICO is committed to actively providing our members with specialized expertise, resources and advisory services to assist them with their day-to-day practice issues and needs,” said Mary Rapp MacBain, CPA.CITP, CGMA, president/CEO of the KSCPA. “We believe that Kansas CPAs will greatly benefit from the CAMICO program.” “The endorsement of The Kansas Society of CPAs reaffirms that CAMICO is succeeding in its 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 Kansas society in serving its members.”

About CAMICO

CAMICO delivers insurance, risk management and related services to more than 9,000 CPA firms and 53,000 staff members in 45 states and the District of Columbia. The CAMICO program is sponsored by state CPA societies and associations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Greater Washington D.C., Indiana, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia and Washington. CAMICO provides Professional Liability Insurance, Employment Practices Liability Insurance, Business Owners Package, Workers’ Compensation, Personal Umbrella and other insurance products needed by CPA firms.

About The KSCPA

The Kansas Society of CPAs is dedicated to supporting and developing its 2,800 members and promoting the accounting profession. The KSCPA also provides value to its members in the form of government affairs representation at the Kansas Statehouse and on the Council of the American Institute of CPAs, relationships with advocates at the Internal Revenue Service and Kansas Department of Revenue, young professional and networking events, leadership programs and activities, professional development programs, and administration of peer review programs, affinity programs, and many other benefits.

Contacts

CAMICO
Dan Crouch, 650-378-6827
dcrouch@camico.com
www.camico.com

Source: CAMICO

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