Financial service companies provide invaluable services to consumers and businesses alike. The types of companies to fall under the financial services umbrella covers everything from banks to brokerage firms to insurance companies. Handling consumer’s money is a $1.24 trillion dollar industry, providing a financial service and why insurance matters comes to the forefront during a lawsuit. Don’t wait until something goes wrong to protect yourself and your company from the inherent risks associated with the industry.
Policies to Consider
No one policy covers all the risks and liabilities financial service companies face. Most companies benefit from having property damage coverage and general liability policies. Companies should consider a variety of policies for maximum coverage including but not limited to:
- Identity Theft Expense Reimbursement Coverage
- Professional Indemnity Insurance
- Fidelity and Crime Insurance
Cover Your Risks
There are inherent risks of taking on consumer’s financial needs and those desiring to increase their wealth and manage their risks. Those risks need comprehensive coverage to limit the liabilities a company faces as they meet those financial needs. Have a suit against the company providing a financial service and why insurance matters become obviously apparent. A licensed insurance agent can navigate the company’s risks and tailor a policy or policies to cover those liabilities before it’s too late.