Directors and officers liability insurance
The Insurance Covers under this policy are afforded for Claims first made against an Insured during the Policy Period and reported to the Insurer as required by this policy. In consideration of the payment of the premium the Policyholder and the Insurer agree as follows: 1.1 Management Liability The Insurer will: pay to or on behalf of each Insured Person any Loss except to the extent that the Insured Person has been indemnified by the Company for the Loss reimburse the Company for any Loss for which it has indemnified an Insured Person.
Limit of Liability The total amount payable by the Insurer under this policy shall not exceed the Limit of Liability where the Insurer’s liability is excess of the Limit of Liability. The Insurer shall have no liability in excess of all such limits, irrespective of the number of Insureds or amount of any Loss. Each Sublimit of Liability specified in the Schedule is the maximum the Insurer shall pay for the cover to which it applies and is part of the Limit of Liability.
Surge of Lawsuits According to the advisory company Towers Watson & Co during the decade 2001 – 2011 in USA the 69% of the public traded companies and the 21% of the private companies have faced a shareholder’s case suit. In Cyprus, the financial crisis of 2013 created inevitably favorable conditions for the upsurge of lawsuits. Pointedly, the most renowned of these conditions are: The commitment for social justice instigates government prosecutors to the intensification of investigations for the disclosure of scandals and wrongful acts.