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What is NAPA?
NAPA is the National Association of Plan Advisors. It’s a new sister organization of ASPPA that was created by and for retirement plan advisors. Membership
is also open to other retirement industry professionals who support the interests of plan advisors.
As a professional society, NAPA is uniquely committed to seven core principles of advisors serving employer-sponsored retirement plans. Membership offers three valuable benefits: advocacy, business intelligence, and networking – all designed to keep plan advisors in the forefront of the industry and help them succeed.
While the financial services industry is well represented in Washington by a number of trade associations that weigh in on issues affecting advisors, NAPA is the only advocacy group exclusively focused on the issues that matter to retirement plan advisors. This exclusive focus is what sets NAPA apart.
The NAPA Net portal. NAPA’s website, “NAPA Net” provides one place plan advisors can go to stay on top of the events and trends that are transforming the retirement plan industry, tap into the best and brightest minds in the business, and connect with peers and colleagues to share what it takes to succeed. On NAPA Net you’ll find:
- Business intelligence beyond what’s available on the Internet: original reporting and research, white papers, tips on practice management, success stories, problem-solving, planning for the future, and more.
- Insight and analysis from a network of well-known industry experts and thought leaders.
- Forums where you can ask questions, post comments, and tap into your peers’ collective wisdom and experience.
In addition, the free NAPA Net Daily e-newsletter brings the day’s must-read news and commentary to your in-box.