Concord, MA, September 14, 2006 – At its annual meeting in Boston, the Massachusetts Society of Licensed Insurance Advisers elected Nancy James, principal of N.P. James Insurance Agency, as co-president for the 2006-2007 term. James also served as president for the M.S.L.I.A. in 1996-1997. The purpose of M.S.L.I.A is to uphold the ethical and professional standards of all insurance advisers licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The N.P. James Insurance Agency is in its 24th year in business. Nancy James, principal, specializes in technology risks and has uniquely positioned the agency to serve the global market so important to Massachusetts technology and manufacturing businesses. A professional team of trained staff assists clients in identifying risk, planning solutions, and claims handling.
“The coming year is important to the M.S.L.I.A. with sponsorship of legislation that will set and uphold the professional standards of all licensed insurance advisers in Massachusetts,” James said. “We look forward to continuing the long history of the organization in assuring clients that licensed advisers meet the defined principles and services.”
Nancy James, who wrote the first cyberspace liability policy in the U.S., applies her depth of technology product knowledge and her earlier professional background of more than a dozen years as a computer systems designer to help technology clients manage risk. A frequent author and speaker, James covers issues related to technology exposures for cutting edge identification of emerging risks in technology.
The N. P. James Insurance Agency of Concord, MA, founded in 1982, specializes in high technology risks, exposure analysis, and insurance. James is a licensed insurance adviser, a member of The Boston Club, Association for Corporate Growth, American Bar Association, and the Concord Chamber of Commerce. James also serves on a number of non-profit boards. For more information, please visit www.npjames.com or call 978-369-2771.