Liam Fitzpatrick

As I have noted in a number of recent posts, the question of providing appropriate insurance solutions for cryptocurrency companies – particularly for companies about the complete an initial coin offering (ICO) – continues to be a significant challenge. In the following guest post, Liam Fitzpatrick, Head of Public Offerings Focus Group for Marsh in London, takes a look at the characteristics of an ICO company that could make the company a more acceptable risk to prospective insurers. A version of this article previously appeared on Marsh’s Risk in Context blog. I would like to thank Liam for his willingness to allow me to publish his article as a guest post on this site. I welcome guest post submissions from responsible authors on topics of interest to this blog’s readers. Please contact me directly if you would like to submit a guest post. Here is Liam’s article.
Continue Reading Guest Post: Top Tips on Getting ‘Insurance Ready’ for an ICO

A view of The City from Charing Cross Bridge. The dome of St. Paul’s is on the left, the Cheese Grater is in the center, and the Walkie Talkie is on the right.

The D&O Diary is on assignment in Europe this week, with a first stop for meetings and events in London. In between, l had time for some touring around the city. I have visited London many times before, but just the same, I made a commitment to myself that I wouldn’t do anything that I have done before. As the pictures below show, I was largely successful.
Continue Reading Images of London

For policyholders whose interests are insured in London, it can be critically important to understand the Lloyd’s claims processes. In the following guest post, my good friend Perry Granof  (pictured) takes a look at recent changes to the Lloyd’s claims processes effective January 1, 2012 that will affect a wide variety of professional liability claims.