Directors & Officers Liability

Directors & Officers Liability

Directors and Officers (D&O) Liability insurance covers the cost of defending proceedings and compensation claims made against your business’ Directors and key managers (Officers).

Wrongful acts include:

  • Breach of trust
  • Breach of duty
  • Neglect
  • Error
  • Misleading statements
  • Wrongful trading

These dangers expose high-level individuals for the actions or omissions they make in the performance of their company duties. In other words, business faults, errors and mistakes can become serious personal crimes resulting in large fines, excessive costs – and even imprisonment.

Typical claimants include shareholders, competitors, customers, employees and government entities. Growing regulation and an increasingly litigious society mean that these types of legal cases are becoming increasingly common. And that’s why D&O liability insurance is becoming increasingly vital – these cases are expensive, even if you win.

As an independent provider of directors and omissions insurance, we work with leading insurers to offer comprehensive and cost-effective cover to suit your needs.

How can we help you?

For more information please speak to a member of our Directors & Officers Liability team: 03300085056

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