Errors & Omissions Insurance – An Overview

Through the years I have been asked many times why a company needs to carry E&O insurance. The truth is not all companies need it, but many do. Find out why you might need it and if you don't need it why you should make sure your service providers should have E&O insurance in place. … Continue reading Errors & Omissions Insurance – An Overview

D&O Lessons From Snapchat

If you haven’t heard Snap, better known as Snapchat, is being investigated for its disclosures leading up to its IPO in 2017. You can find a good overview at TheStreet about the ins and outs of the case, but here are the two major allegations: Snap withheld information regarding the level of competition it faced … Continue reading D&O Lessons From Snapchat

Cost is the Most Important Consideration When it Comes to Investments – It Always has been in the Insurance World

I read an intriguing blog post today on The Reformed Broker titled – “Two Thirds of Advisors Care Most About a Fund’s Cost.” The article is about financial advisors, not insurance advisors, I think if it was talking about insurance advisors the number would be even higher. The article seems to allude that cost is … Continue reading Cost is the Most Important Consideration When it Comes to Investments – It Always has been in the Insurance World

How CFOs are Protecting Themselves From Manufacturing Disruptions as Gene Therapy and Immunotherapy Manufacting is Being Stretched Thin

Today there was an article in STAT about the shortage of manufacturing capacity for gene therapy companies (find the article here). The article goes on to talk about how the problem might only get worse as companies pursue indications in larger patient populations and the trial sizes get bigger and bigger. There was also a … Continue reading How CFOs are Protecting Themselves From Manufacturing Disruptions as Gene Therapy and Immunotherapy Manufacting is Being Stretched Thin