This dynamic podcast series captures conversations from around the globe with a wide array of experts who will discuss trends and issues surrounding financial, executive and professional risks. The discussions and perspectives can help risk managers and executives keep their FINEX risks in focus.
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In this episode, John Orr, D&O Product Liability Leader in North America, WTW and Angus Duncan, Global D&O Coverage Specialist, FINEX, WTW provide their perspective on environmental risks and how they give rise to liabilities for directors. This is the first episode of three on the topic of ESG.
In this episode, Jason Krauss, North American Cyber Thought and Product Leader at WTW and Andrew Hill, Cyber Coverage Specialist at WTW, share their perspective on ransomware and the impacts of these attacks on the cyberinsurance markets.
In our continuing series on SPACs, don’t miss the latest on SPAC D&O market trends as our experts, Nirali Shah and Jon Vokking, weigh in on this ever-evolving area of insurance.
In this episode (which begins our series on SPACs), listen to Nirali Shah and Jon Vokking to find out what a SPAC is, how they’re typically structured, and the litigation trends they’re facing.
In the first episode of this new podcast series, we focus on the recent Accellion cyber incident. Our speakers Claire Nightingale and Dan Twersky will share their perspectives on the incident, discuss what organizations may be at risk and provide practical suggestions on how to respond.
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