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Our Private Equity and Venture Capital Protector policy provides managerial liability and entity protection for the company, including the general partners, the managed funds and those sitting on the board of an outside entity. It provides broad cover for different risks.

Who is it for?

Private Equity and Venture Capital Managers, and related investment funds and partnerships with domestic and international exposures.

What is covered?

Management Liability

Providing protection for insured persons (past, present and future) should they breach any of the duties that they owe in relation to the company or fund. The policy will also reimburse the company when they indemnify such insured persons.
 

Outside Directorship Liability and Outside Directorship Run-Off Liability
The policy provides protection for outside entity directors (past, present and future) sitting on the board of an outside entity at the specific request of the insured.
 

Professional Indemnity Insurance
The policy provides protection for the insured for any error or omission whilst providing venture capital or private equity services.

The "insured" includes: directors (past, present, and future), officers & trustees, outside entity directors, non-executive directors, shadow directors, senior accounting officers, advisory board members, employees, consultants, approved persons, members of internal audit committees, general council members and general partners.
 

Standard Extensions

  • Fund run-off management liability cover
  • Regulatory crisis event cover
  • Crisis containment cover
  • Worldwide Insured vs. Insured cover (excluding the U.S.)

This site only contains an overview of the most important coverages. Only the general and specific  conditions (“Insurance Policy”) provide an accurate, binding, description of the covers and exclusions.

It is necessary to fully analyse the Insurance Policy, as well as all other relevant documents with contractual and pre-contractual information before any decision to buy, underwrite, adhere to, accept, sign or conclude an insurance agreement.