Make sure all your bases are covered
Elaine Nolan highlight the increase in the number of claims against directors and officers of UK companies and discuss the increasing importance of the purchase of directors' and officers' insurance cover
Corporate scandal, stricter corporate governance and the increase in the number of claims against directors and officers of UK companies mean that many companies view the purchase of directors’ and officers’ (D&O) insurance cover, as increasingly important. D&O cover is designed to protect directors and officers from any claims that arise in relation to the discharge of their duties. Companies are permitted to purchase and maintain D&O cover for their officers and auditors under Section 310 of the CompaniesAct 1985.
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