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Priya Cherian Huskins

Senior Vice President, Management Liability

Editor, Management Liability/D&O

Priya is a recognized expert and frequent speaker on D&O liability risk and its mitigation. In addition to consulting on D&O insurance, she counsels clients on corporate governance matters, including ways to reduce their exposure to shareholder lawsuits and regulatory investigations. Priya serves on the board of an S&P 500 public company and a large private company and has an impressive list of publications, speaking engagements, and awards for her influence and expertise in the industry. 

415.402.6527

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Priya Cherian Huskins

Senior Vice President, Management Liability

Editor, Management Liability/D&O

Priya is a recognized expert and frequent speaker on D&O liability risk and its mitigation. In addition to consulting on D&O insurance, she counsels clients on corporate governance matters, including ways to reduce their exposure to shareholder lawsuits and regulatory investigations. Priya serves on the board of an S&P 500 public company and a large private company and has an impressive list of publications, speaking engagements, and awards for her influence and expertise in the industry. 

415.402.6527

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What Not to Say to Analysts: The SEC’s Latest Reg FD Target

For public companies, the SEC requires that when an authorized person speaks for the company, any material, non-public information must be disseminated "fairly and appropriately to all investors and not just a select few analysts." But what happens if an authorized speaker for a public company, such as the CEO, CFO, or investor relations does share material, non-public information selectively with analysts? This edition of the D&O Notebook discusses how the SEC will respond.

Playing It Safe: Private Company Stock and Employee Liquidity

Many private companies are choosing to stay private for longer before proceeding with an IPO or direct listing. Companies have more time to build value and get their ducks in a row. One challenge, however, is that their employees holding stock might want liquidity before the company is ready. This edition of the D&O Notebook discusses the issues and explains why now is the time for private companies to review and adopt new policies and procedures to handle the situation.