Directors’ defence  insurance cut down by Supreme Court
Directors’ defence insurance cut down by Supreme Court
13 February 2014 | By  Karl Stolberger  | Stephanie Nicolson
A recent Supreme Court ruling significantly impacts on the operation of Directors’ and Officers’ (D&O) insurance policies, and indeed any other insurances, which have a combined single limit of liability for compensation and defence costs... Read More →
Directors’ defence  insurance cut down by Supreme Court
Directors’ defence insurance cut down by Supreme Court
13 February 2014 | By  Karl Stolberger  | Stephanie Nicolson
A recent Supreme Court ruling significantly impacts on the operation of Directors’ and Officers’ (D&O) insurance policies, and indeed any other insurances, which have a combined single limit of liability for compensation and defence costs...
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Clampdown on longstanding exemption for charities
Clampdown on longstanding exemption for charities
04 February 2014 | By  Andrew Wallace
For most not-for-profits (NFPs), fundraising is a significant challenge. The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has recently undertaken consultation on certain long-standing exemptions from our securities laws in the area and last month put its proposals into effect with the issuance of two new exemption notices...
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