Understanding Directors & Officers Insurance

It would be hard to find business owners today that forego buying insurance to protect their businesses. In addition to business insurance, 95% of Fortune 500 businesses opt to protect their directors and officers against personal financial loss with Directors & Officers Insurance. Recently, small business owners started to buy this type of coverage, too. The good news […]

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4 Ways to Determine if You Need Collectibles Insurance

  From antiques to fine wines, books to sports memorabilia, a collection isn’t just a pastime. It’s an investment. Of course, you’d rather have your unique collection than the money, but if you lose your precious collection, money is the only way to recoup those investments. That’s where collectibles insurance comes in. Collectibles Insurance works much like […]

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Catastrophe Coverage 101

Guaranteeing the protection of a business or personal residence in the wake of a natural disaster is top priority. With that said, it’s oftentimes difficult to determine the line between necessary coverage and overkill or over payment. It generally comes down to the statistics. There are many factors that play into the type of coverage […]

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Three Reasons to Prioritize Business Insurance

Building a small business takes vision, hard work and an eye for detail. There are a hundred things to keep track of, and new challenges every day.  It’s tempting to focus on the immediate issues and forget about the rare but significant risks that threaten any business.  That’s where business insurance comes in.  For a small initial investment, […]

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The Cut & Dry: Breaking Down Private Client Insurance

What is Private Client Insurance? A private client insurance package is a tailored insurance plan for clients who have complex insurance requirements, valuable personal assets, extensive wealth, or simply desire personalized solutions to a unique situation. Private client insurance breaks from the standard insurance policy mold by underwriting unique protective requirements specific to a client’s […]

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Business Insurance 101: A Beginner’s Guide to the Basics

Whether venturing into an entrepreneurial endeavor for the first or fifth time, protecting yourself and your business is an integral part of the process. Protection comes in various forms, from self-education to investing in business insurance. Knowing what type of insurance is either required or simply a good idea depends on the product or service […]

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Private Equity: Top 9 Questions to Ask Before Applying for D&O Coverage

Since private equity firms have representatives serving on the boards of their portfolio companies, questions can arise when claims are made against the portfolio companies’ boards. Far too often, scenarios are not considered until after concerns have emerged. The best approach is for these issues to be considered early on when the coverage’s are first put […]

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The Dark Side of Captive Insurance

Private equity firms face a unique struggle. Their portfolio’s are full of companies from all different industries. And then they have their own company in its own unique industry. There’s a lot of risk involved, and that risk is in far-reaching, niche areas. It can be difficult to find an insurance company that will blanket […]

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