A.M. Best Co.'s Perspective: D&O Insurance

May 2009
Best's Review;May2009, Vol. 110 Issue 1, p79
Trade Publication
The article discusses the A.M. Best Co.'s opinion concerning the challenges of the directors and officers liability insurance's (D&O) performance in the U.S. It highlights the report released by the company emphasizing the possibility of frequent claims of D&O insurers, due to the significant decline in stock prices as well as the companies' market capitalization. Moreover, the company is also anticipating to more claims in industries other than the financial services.


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