Fund Liquidation covers a variety of identified or unknown issues surrounding the liquidation of an investment fund.
- It typically covers warranties or indemnities still open from past divestments, identified or unknown tax exposures and/or contingent liabilities to accelerate the wind-up.
- Insurance allows the fund to liquidate and return proceeds to investors without holding monies back, in escrow, on the Group balance sheet or using any clawback provisions.
- Policy can commence before, during or immediately after the liquidation process and are multiyear in line with any indemnity arrangements with the liquidator or the exposures being covered; typically up to 7 years.
- The premium is a one-off cost payable after inception and depends on the details of the exposures (jurisdiction(s), portfolio, etc).
- Either the fund and/or the liquidator can be the policyholder.
- Quotations can be obtained within 48 hours and policies put in place within 10 days.