Interest Group Benefits

How Can The CPCU Society Help You Succeed?

 CPCU Society Interest Groups

Deepen your professional experience and expand your personal interests by joining any of the CPCU Society’s fourteen interest groups. You’ll benefit from specialized insight into the risk management and property-casualty insurance industry, access to informational resources, and networking opportunities with professionals who share your same interests.


Interest groups allow you to expand specific technical skills with opportunities to:

  • Access technical publications, webinars, and other informational resources
  • Attend topical seminars and events


Joining an interest group allows you to advance our industry with opportunities to:   

  • Mentor and coach other industry professionals
  • Volunteer in interest group governance and committee work


Participating in an interest group encourages you to connect with other industry professionals with opportunities to:

  • Network and establish business relationships
  • Discuss and receive career advice and insight

CPCU Society Interest Groups Include:

  • Agent & Broker
  • Claims
  • Coverage, Litigators, Educators & Witnesses
  • Excess/Surplus/Specialty Lines
  • Information Technology
  • International Insurance
  • Leadership & Managerial Excellence
  • Loss Control
  • Personal Lines
  • Professional Experience Resource Group
  • Regulatory & Legislative
  • Reinsurance
  • Risk Management
  • Underwriting



Engage With An Interest Group!

To learn more about interest groups, call the CPCU Society's Member Resource Center at (800) 932-CPCU (2728) or visit

Engage With Any of the CPCU Society Interest Groups

Agent & Broker

For issues related to production, marketing, management and effective business practices in agency and brokerage environments, the Agent & Broker Group is available as a resource.


An active community of claims professionals that hosts educational opportunities covering an array of claims-related topics that affect the industry. 

Coverage, Litigators, Educators & Witnesses

This group is a resource for identifying best practices for professional and management techniques, solving hidden exposures, and starting a consulting business.

Excess/Surplus/Specialty Lines

This group provides information and insight on the less-regulated and dynamic specialty and surplus lines marketplace.

Information Technology

Information Technology is a group that focuses on bridging the gap between meeting business needs and helping insurance professionals enhance their IT tools.

International Insurance

Also known as 3iG, the International Insurance Group is dedicated to increasing awareness of international perspectives on insurance and risk.

Leadership & Managerial Excellence

Known as the LME Group, this group’s vision is to create educational content that helps improve business performance through process improvement, employee training, and customer-orientation processes.

Loss Control

This group supports loss control professionals within the business community and the insurance industry through education and collaboration.

Personal Lines

This group informs members about all aspects of personal lines insurance including personal lines products, risk management, valuation, claims, sales, and underwriting and customer service.

Professional Experience Resource

Available to all CPCUs with various insurance backgrounds, this group is a resource for all professionals who are looking for volunteer or mentoring and coaching opportunities.

Regulatory & Legislative

The Regulatory & Legislative Group provides information and encourages dialogue on the ever-changing laws and regulations that affect the business of insurance.


The focus of the Reinsurance Interest Group is to support the network of CPCUs working in the reinsurance field. It also sponsors an annual reinsurance symposia and host seminars on various reinsurance topics.

Risk Management

The Risk Management Interest Group provides current and relevant information to members on the practice of risk management and its principles through supportive interdisciplinary communication.


The goal of the Underwriting Interest Group is to offer pertinent, cutting-edge information, centered on the underwriting discipline, to all insurance and financial services professionals.