Risk-Adjusted D&O Rates Decline in Second Quarter
Underwriters continue to view merger objection claims and regulatory investigations as top concerns.
INN Breaking News, October 9, 2013
U.S. publicly-traded corporations paid 4.9 percent more on average for their primary directors and officers’ liability (D&O) coverage in the second quarter, according to a customer analysis by Marsh. However, when normalizing for individual insurance program structure and risk profile differences, average primary D&O premiums actually declined 0.97 percent in the quarter, Marsh said.
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