APRIL 30th, 2014
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Most Money Management Firms purchase blended D&O and E&O Insurance Policies under the assumption that they are covered in the event an outside shareholder brings a lawsuit alleging mis-management or breach of fiduciary. While they may be right, there are a variety of policy provisions that could preclude coverage in the event of litigation.
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Countless numbers of our financial institution clients are asked to carry Fiduciary Liability protection by third-party investors. This request causes a lot of confusion for asset management firms due to the fact that they rarely ever purchase it (at least in the most literal sense).
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