Fiduciary Liability

Fiduciary Liability protects against lawsuits brought by employees (plan participants) for losses resulting from the administration of any Employee Benefit Plan offered by the Company.

Sample Endorsement
Coverage Summary

Claims Examples
  • Two companies merge retirement plans after an acquisition. The acquiring entity does not offer the same self-directed retirement plan options as the bank it acquired, and makes investment decisions for participants who previously made their own. The acquiring entity transfers the funds to an investment that later fails to perform in the same manner as the initial investment, and the participants allege loss of potential investment gains.
  • A bank employee sues his employer bank for negligence and attempts to recover lost health-care benefits because the bank failed to enroll him in its medical plan.
  • Available as a separate endorsement to the D&O Policy.
  • Includes $100,000 in Voluntary Correction Program Fees.
  • If coverage is purchased as a sublimit to the D&O Policy, a one-time reinstatement of the limit of liability for subsequent claims is provided at no additional charge.
  • Coverage is provided at a reduced retention.

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