The Medical Professional Liability Association (MPL Association) is the world’s leading trade organization representing the MPL community. Association members are international and U.S.-based MPL indemnity and insurance companies, risk retention groups, captives, trusts, and other entities. 

The Association’s international members are based in seven countries and/or nations—Australia, Belgium, Canada, England, France, Scotland, and the Netherlands—and their operations cover parts of Europe, Scandinavia, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, and a variety of other British Commonwealth nations.

The MPL Association offers comprehensive resources for professional education and training, networking, compilation and dissemination of data, and risk mitigation strategies all designed to help international companies broaden their understanding of global medical indemnity and insurance issues.

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International Perspective

Providing Quality End of Life Care

Physicians and patients alike find treatment decisions can become particularly difficult in end-of-life care. Ethical factors and clinical judgments can collide with beliefs, values, and hopes.

International Perspective

Kayll Steers UK Medical Protection Society Through Indemnity Changes, COVID, and More

As the chief executive officer of the UK Medical Protection Society (MPS), Simon Kayll is responsible for leading the organization to protect and support the professional interests of its members. With more than 300,000 members in the UK, Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, the Caribbean, and Bermuda, the MPS is the world’s largest member-owned, not-for-profit healthcare provider protection organization.


For more information about membership, contact Ginny McGuinness, Senior Director of Membership & Business Development, at

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