D&O Price Hikes May Level OffWhile a 29 percent average premium increase for directors and officers liability insurance in 2001 is likely to be followed by a similar increase in 2002, the end might be in sight for future hikes, according to an expert who studies the market.

Mark Larsen, a consultant in the Chicago office of Tillinghast-Towers Perrin, who is also the director of the firms annual market survey, made those predictions–with one big caveat–during a recent interview, when asked about the surveys finding that overall capacity remained near its all-time high last year.

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