Not-for-profit Directors and Officers Liability Insurance

This a course for every director of a not-for-profit organization and insurance broker!

Understand and be able to explain ‘Not-for-profit Directors and Officers Liability Insurance’ – what’s covered and what’s not, how policies are structured, what to do and expect when there is a claim, and more.

Not for profit directors and officers liability insurance course
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What You Will Learn

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Exposures and protections

The legal duties of directors and officers of not-for-profits, their personal exposures and available protections.
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Insurance coverage

How D&O insurance works, what it does and does not cover, and challenges unique to not-for-profit organizations
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How claims work

What to do and what to expect when there is a claim.
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Risk mitigation

What organizations and directors and officers can proactively do to improve governance and minimize risk

Learning Objectives

Upon completing this course you’ll be equipped to:

  1. Determine which laws and regulations govern your organization, its directors and officers;
  2. Explain how and when D&O insurance pays out;
  3. Evaluate the coverage offered by your D&O policy and the options available;
  4. Describe what to do and expect in case of a claim;
  5. Upgrade your organization’s governance to minimize the chance of a claim.

Course Curriculum

  • Course introduction
  • Course objectives
  • Downloadable material
  • Chapter objectives
  • The role of a director of a not-for-profit corporation
  • Duties of not-for-profit directors and officers
  • Duty to manage
  • Duty of loyalty
  • Duty of care
  • Duty to obey
  • What are the rules to which directors and officers must adhere
  • Quiz #1
  • Chapter objectives
  • What is director’s and officer’s liability insurance?
  • Indemnification – how and when insurance pays out
  • The indemnification process
  • D&O and not-for-profit organizations
  • Indemnification and not-for-profit organizations
  • Quiz #2
  • Chapter objectives
  • The structure of a D&O insurance policy
  • Non-indemnifiable loss (side A)
  • Indemnifiable loss (side B)
  • Entity coverage (Side C)
  • Who’s covered?
  • What’s covered?
  • What’s not covered?
  • Policy extensions
  • Quiz #3
  • Chapter objectives
  • What constitutes a not-for-profit D&O insurance claim?
  • What is a claim under a D&O policy?
  • What is a wrongful act under a not-for-profit D&O policy?
  • Who can bring a claim against a not-for-profit organization?
  • Causes of claims
  • What is a loss under a D&O policy?
  • Understanding policy reporting requirements
  • Claims made and reported policies vs. claims made policies
  • Potential claim notification
  • Extended reporting period
  • Reporting a D&O claim to the insurer
  • How D&O claims are handled
  • D&O claims: defence and settlement
  • Activity: What to expect from the claims process
  • Quiz #4
  • Chapter objectives
  • A look at the risk of claims
  • Understanding governance
  • Reducing risk through good governance
  • Guidelines for directors and officers
  • Guidelines for the board
  • Quiz #5
  • Chapter objectives
  • Reasons for buying D&O insurance
  • What to buy?
  • How premium is determined?
  • Retention or deductible?
  • How much coverage to buy?
  • Terms and conditions
  • Policy length
  • The application process
  • Understanding your NFP D&O application
  • Selecting an insurer
  • What to expect from your insurance broker
  • Managing your insurance
  • Quiz #6
  • Course survey
  • Not-for-Profit Directors & Officers Liability Insurance Final Assessment
  • Course wrap up

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For not-for-profits

ITC is committed to making insurance education accessible and provides special offers to eligible not-for-profit organizations.

To find out your organization’s eligibility, please contact us at [email protected] with the subject line: NFP offer.  Only organizations that are recognized as not-for-profits by their applicable governmental authority (such as the Canada Revenue Agency or equivalent) will be considered.

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