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Willis Towers Watson provides specialist insurance and risk management services to the insolvency profession on a global basis. The nature of insolvency appointments and the potential legal liabilities of the insolvency practitioner require insurance coverage from the date of the appointment.

Willis Towers Watson offer tailored risk management solutions and schemes providing the practitioner with automatic cover from the moment of appointment without prior notification. Willis Towers Watson caters for a broad range of exposures including:

  • Property
  • Liabilities
  • Human Risks
  • Compliance
  • Contingencies

Willis Towers Watson has qualified consultants to address Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental exposures to comply with legislative requirements.

In certain territories in the world, in particular the United Kingdom, Willis Towers Watson also provides insurance products which address legal requirements such as the provision of fidelity bonding for the insolvency profession.

The Risks of Insolvency Practitioners

Willis Towers Watson also provides insurance and risk management services to cover the personal needs of insolvency practitioners including:

  • Professional Indemnity
  • Directors & Officers Liability
  • Employment Practices Liability
  • Fidelity Guarantee
  • Motor
  • General Property
  • Tax Audit Liability
  • Electronic Equipment Breakdown
  • Consequential Loss
  • eRisks
  • Group Health
  • Workers Compensation
  • Travel
  • Public Liability
  • General Contents Insurance
  • Income Protection
  • Key Man & Partnership
  • Trauma
  • Term Life
  • Total & Permanent Disability

Willis Towers Watson In History

Did you know Bray, Gibb & Co, the pre-eminent aviation insurance broker before World War I, was Samuel Cody's broker, the first man to fly a powered aircraft in the UK?