U.S. publicly-traded corporations paid 4.9 percent more on average for their primary directors and officers’ liability (D&O) coverage in the second quarter, according to a customer analysis by Marsh. However, when normalizing for individual insurance program structure and risk profile differences, average primary D&O premiums actually declined 0.97 percent in the quarter, Marsh said.
“By normalizing D&O premiums for changes in program structure and risk profile, our clients are able to determine how current market pricing is pacing with their exposures and risk management strategies,” said Brenda Shelly, D&O product leader for Marsh.
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