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Pen Underwriting Canada’s e-traded D&O solution offers brokers fast quote-to-cover capability

July 22, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Pen Underwriting Canada’s newly launched e-trading platform allows brokers to quote and issue a policy within five minutes that provides directors and officers a broad range of D&O coverage to suit the fast-evolving risks and liabilities they face. Calling the

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Corporate investigations on the rise, study suggests

May 24, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Corporate investigations are on the rise, with over a quarter (27%) of businesses saying they have experienced a claim or investigation involving a director of their company in the past year, up from one in five in 2014. That was

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Supreme Court of Canada will not hear appeal of disputed $15-million D&O liability claim from Onex

April 18, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

For the second time in 18 months, the Supreme Court of Canada has declined to hear an appeal of a verdict of an Ontario lawsuit arising from a disputed US$15-million directors’ and officers’ liability claim arising from an unjust enrichment

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U.S. D&O insurance pricing pressure to dampen performance: Fitch

April 13, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Market conditions are evolving in the directors’ and officers’ (D&O) liability insurance market in the United States, with merger and acquisition activity in 2015 facilitating greater market concentration, according to a new report from Fitch Ratings. The report, titled U.S.

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Oppression remedy lawsuit against corporate directors reaches Supreme Court of Canada

April 10, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

The Supreme Court of Canada announced Thursday it will hear an appeal of a lawsuit in which two corporate directors were ordered to pay more than $600,000 to a former chief executive officer who brought an oppression remedy action under