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Independent Fiduciaries and ERISA

The role of the independent fiduciary has evolved greatly over the last several years. The combination of Madoff-type scandals and the perpetration of other fraud involving pension plans, resulted in increased investment regulation. As a result, independent fiduciaries are being utilized more frequently to mitigate legal risk. How can independent fiduciaries help plan fiduciaries?

Market Conditions 2019: Fiduciary

Fiduciary Liability renewals were stable in 2018, and this coverage line continues to be the least affected in Management Liability. There have been sizable fiduciary liability settlements in the past 24 months that are noteworthy. We anticipate a minor impact in the market condition as markets begin to adjust for loss trends across all management liability lines.

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Market Conditions 2019: D&O

As we look to forecast the state of the D&O marketplace in 2019, there is plenty of data to review and much of it is noteworthy. If 2017 was a year in flux, then 2018 began to turn the corner into a market with dramatically more underwriting discipline and backbone than anything in the previous 10 years outside of the financial and homebuilding sectors during the most recent financial crisis.

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Market Conditions 2019: Kidnap & Ransom Insurance

The marketplace for Kidnap and Ransom (K&R) insurance remained stable and competitive through 2018. Premiums are as low as $400 per million limit for companies with limited foreign exposure (locations or travel). For companies with higher exposures including foreign travel and locations, premium is around $1,000–$3,000 per million of coverage limit. Coverage is broad, but broker expertise is needed to ensure the policy contains all applicable enhancements, such as Workplace Violence, Child Abduction and Cyber Terrorism.

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