Insurance Considerations for Investment Advisers

How much coverage is enough? What types of insurance policies do you need? Whether you are starting an investment advisory practice, launching a new line of business, or reevaluating your existing risks, there are critical questions to ask to make sure you understand the various ways to protect your firm. Join us for a practical discussion of:

  • Types of Coverage (E&O, D&O, Cyber Policies) – What Do They Protect?
  • ERISA 3(38) Bonding and Fiduciary Considerations
  • Determining How Much Coverage You Need Based Upon Your Firm’s Size and Business Strategy
  • Underwriting and Costs
  • What Happens When You Need to Use Your Policy

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