February 24 - 26, 2019 | The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami, FL
J. Paul McCaffrey, Jr. is the chief financial officer for CSAA Insurance Group, a AAA Insurer.
With more than 100 years of experience serving AAA members, CSAA Insurance Group offers
automobile, homeowners and other personal lines of insurance to AAA members through AAA
clubs. CSAA Insurance Group has been rated A or better by A.M. Best for 90 years, and is one
of the top property and casualty personal lines insurers in the United States.
Mr. McCaffrey leads the company’s finance division and is responsible for accounting, financial
planning and analysis, audit, investments, tax, enterprise risk management, and sourcing.
Focused on serving AAA members during life’s uncertainties, Mr. McCaffrey is part of a
leadership team that cultivates innovation in a customer-driven organization.
Mr. McCaffrey earned his MBA with an accounting concentration and B.S. in finance at the
University of Akron. His certifications include certified public accountant, certified internal
auditor, chartered property casualty underwriter, associate in risk management and associate in
Mr. McCaffrey serves on the board of the Insurance Information Institute, is former president of
the Columbus Chapter of the Insurance Accounting and Systems Association, and has served as
a board member of the Grange Mutual Casualty Company and Subsidiaries, the Grange Life
Reinsurance Company, and the Grange Mutual Casualty Company Employee Credit Union. He
is actively involved in the non-profit community, having been recognized in the 2017 Junior
Achievement Hall of Fame, and previously serving as a board member for Flying Horse Farms,
an organization that provides transforming experiences for children with serious illnesses, and
the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio, an organization that provides free furniture to families in
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