D&O risk will grow as lockdown eases

02 Jun 2020

In these unprecedented times Business Interruption losses seem to be the main focus when assessing consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. However, the effect of company activities in response to COVID-19 issues will also come under scrutiny as the corporate world attempts to return to some vague sense of normality when government restrictions are eventually relaxed.

In this regard, Directors and Officers of such companies should be mindful of the decisions taken at board level when responding to the potential impact of the coronavirus to the business community and the potential exposures this creates for them.

BLM Partner Alex Traill comments further in an article for Insurance Day, which you can access here (subscription required).

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