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Corporate Directors’ and Officers’ personal accountability to regulators and shareholders has never been higher. For individuals serving in management or on the board, this means that their personal assets may be exposed as a result of their work for the company.

The ability of companies and their shareholders to attract and retain qualified senior management and board members in the current environment depends on their ability to indemnify and protect the personal assets of individuals agreeing to serve. Directors’ & Officers’ Liability Insurance is a key component in the protection of those personal assets.

The Willis FINEX practice consists of a group of product specialists dedicated to the creation, design, implementation and effectiveness of state-of-the-art Directors’ & Officers’ (D&O) Liability insurance policies.

FINEX product specialist work with clients to assess and minimise exposures in an increasingly complex legal, regulatory and economic environment by continually monitoring trends in the marketplace and staying current with changing legal, legislative and regulatory activity.

The experience of Willis FINEX specialists allow us to identify and quantify the Directors and Officers exposure to financial loss, mitigate financial impacts, and determine the financial value of both risk transfer approaches and risk management procedures.

FINEX product specialists tailor insurance solutions to the risk profile of the company and its Directors and Officers by addressing identified risk exposures, placing emphasis on client service, risk management, creative and cost-effective insurance and high level claims management.

In addition to public and private Directors’ & Officers’ Liability (D&O) including Securities Claims, Willis FINEX specialists have significant expertise in all facets of Executive Risk liability coverage including;

  • Management Liability
  • Professional Indemnity/Errors & Omissions
  • Crime & Fidelity
  • Employment Practices Liability
  • Statutory Liability (including Business Practices Protection)
  • Supplementary Legal Expenses
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Transactional Liability