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You get more when you buy from our TECHNOLOGY specialists at HUB International Insurance Brokers, Canada’s leading broker. You receive the combined power of our vast global resources and solid local relationships.

Financial Institutions

Our team of HUB International Professional & Financial Risk insurance brokers includes specialists dedicated to protecting Financial Institutions, including professionals in asset management, dealers, insurance companies, banks and trust companies.

3.1 Advisors 

In the field of asset management, we specialize in placing start-up and emerging asset management firms. This includes mutual funds, portfolio managers, investment advisors, investment fund managers, venture capital, private equity and real estate.

3.2 Dealers

We deal with Canadian firms of all shapes and sizes, starting with the smallest start-up brokers to larger nation-wide firms. This includes mutual fund dealers, investment dealers and exempt market dealers.

3.3 Fund Managers

Asset managers and investment fund managers are at high risk for professional liability as well as crime exposures. They face complex professional and management liabilities and are susceptible to potentially devastating lawsuits. It is imperative that fund managers have appropriate protection for financial liabilities that may arise from their business activities.

3.4 Financial Companies (Banks, Credit Unions and Lendors)

We serve financial institutions ranging from small regional and provincial organizations to those operating on a global scale.

3.5 Private Equity

Private Equity insurance policies are designed to address the diverse exposures arising from the unique structure and operations of these entities. The insuring agreements included within a comprehensive policy should contemplate the following liabilities:

  • D&O
  • Outside Director Liability
  • Employment Practices
  • Fiduciary and Professional Services

Ideally, coverage should extend to the PE firm including management and employees, the firm’s sponsored funds, subsidiaries, as well as the firm’s insureds serving on the Portfolio companies’ boards.

In addition to Regulatory and Administrative exposures, PE firms face scrutiny with respect to fee and expense allocations, IPO and M&A activities, and are prime targets for Cyber-attacks. Portfolio company derived liability is also a concern. In light of the complex risk profile, coverage needs to be placed using specialized and experienced markets.


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