Trustee liability can be a barrier to individuals joining charity boards and can also be a worry for individuals on a board. This is especially so during times of unprecedented crisis such as the coronavirus pandemic.
When: Thursday 29th October September 2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm
Join our expert insurance partners, McClarrons Ltd, who have been working in the farming and care sectors for many years and have good understanding of the issues facing our members and their boards for a workshop on trustee indemnity.
Covid-19 has created many new challenges for charitable organisations. Confusing and changing government guidance, as well as the worry of hefty fines for breaking the law, has made it hard for trustee boards to plan strategically. In addition, financial difficulties, social distancing and job retention schemes mean trustees are facing a lot of difficult and potentially risky decisions.
This session is designed to give trustees the confidence to take measured risks and make difficult decisions knowing that they are personally protected.
The session will cover:
- Tthe role of a trustee
- Why trustees are so important
- The needs of different legal structures
- What is Trustee Indemnity and how does it work?
- What are the risks
- Live Q&A
Check out McClarron's previous SF&G webinar on Risk, Insurance and Liability.
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