gbac Association Practice Group Launches Association D & O Project



September 17, 2013

Gene Guilford of the gbac Association Practice Group and Rob Hart of the gbac Property & Casualty Group announced today the launch of an Association Directors and Officers liability insurance program.

“Our association paid D&O insurance premiums for decades and never filed a claim,” said Guilford, and added “…there needs to be a better way to insure associations, directors & officers and staff against their risks while reducing costs and taking advantage of the fact that literally thousands of associations pay these costs.”

The gbac/APG/P&C effort begins with collecting data from associations. The web-based, anonymous survey is found here:

On behalf of associations, the Association Practice Group will work toward a group solution to D&O costs and other association risk management challenges. With thousands of associations paying tens of millions in premiums, there is much we can do.

Associations are encouraged to take the two minutes required to complete the survey and the APG will take the aggregated data and work towards a group D&O program for all.

Gene Guilford

Rob Hart

About gguilford

A successful executive well positioned to leverage extensive skill and experience in the business, government and political environments within which I have worked to bring energy, vision and skill to managing human capital, strategic planning, crisis management, corporate management, financial management, government and public affairs challenges. Positioning for the future in managing and directing change and as well as seeing and seizing opportunities others miss.
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