Private companies need directors and officers insurance, too—especially those growing companies that are looking at an IPO, being acquired, or are in highly regulated industries.
It’s not just to manage risk, either. D&O insurance can help attract and retain top talent in your organization as a best practice offering.
However, D&O insurance is complex—and structuring your D&O insurance program takes expertise if you want to be sure that it will respond in the areas where you face the most risk.
Each year, Woodruff Sawyer releases its “Guide to Private Company D&O Insurance” to help large private corporations navigate this complicated topic.
Inside this edition, you will find:
- A straightforward explanation of the different sides of D&O insurance (Side A, Side B and Side C) and how they work together.
- Important D&O insurance exclusions you need to understand.
- How to think about D&O insurance as part of your larger management liability program.
- How to choose D&O insurance limits.
- What to plan for as you head into an IPO and key D&O insurance considerations along the way.
You can access this interactive guide by clicking on the image below.