Executive Liability

Professional Services Plans

Executive Liability, the newest program within Protector Plans, is launching an Excess Management and Professional Liability product for the first time in 2022. While the program is new, there is well-established support from an A+ (XV) rated carrier and a team of experienced underwriters. Protector Plans Executive Liability (PPEL) will target private and not-for-profit companies through a limited and preferred distribution model in the middle-market space across a broad spectrum of industry classes. 

Recent Areas of Success

Management Liability

  • D&O/EPL – Education Management Company (University in USVI)
  • D&O – Software/Cyber Security Company
  • D&O/EPL/Fiduciary/Crime – Commercial Electric Company with Crime Claims History
  • D&O – California Based – Artificial Intelligence Company
  • D&O/EPL – National Third-Party Claims Adjustment & Consulting
  • D&O/EPL/Fiduciary – Food Processing Plant
  • D&O/EPL – Private University
  • D&O – Healthcare Systems
  • D&O – University NFP Foundation

Professional Liability

  • E&O – Advertising/Media Buying Company
  • E&O – Management Consulting
  • E&O – Trustee
  • E&O – Graphic Design Firm

Meet The Executive Liability Team

Greg Boornazian
Executive Underwriter
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Greg has over 11 years of experience in the D&O industry. His previous experience includes managing both public and private D&O books of business. Leadership roles at both MGU’s along with established national carriers led to his new role within       Protector Plans.

Melissa Jubinville
Associate Underwriter
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Melissa joined the executive liability team with a strong background in both the management liability and treaty reinsurance. Melissa has over 7 years of underwriting experience as well as extensive experience in multiple industry classes outside of insurance.

Craig Grant
Chief Underwriting Officer
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Craig has over 25 years of industry experience. He has previously held leadership roles in both start-ups and well-established portfolios. Over his career, Craig has led financial lines segments, accident & health, and workers’ compensation as a CUO and Product Manager.