Liberty Global Transaction Solutions unveils contingent legal risk insurance

Liberty Global Transaction Solutions | January 17, 2020

Liberty Global Transaction Solutions (Liberty GTS), a standalone business of Liberty Mutual Insurance that provides M&A insurance, has launched a new contingent legal risk insurance product. The company has also named Aude Bonnemaison, a representations and warranties (R&W)/warranty and indemnity (W&I) insurance underwriter with Liberty GTS, as its first underwriter dedicated to the new product. She will report to Liberty GTS chief underwriting officer Gareth Rees, who will also lead the new division. Liberty GTS’s contingent legal risk insurance product features capacity up to $165 million per policy, a release said.

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