Like our role at Continuum, there are a range of professional advisory services available to assist Web 3.0 and emerging technology companies in their growth journey.

Professional advisory services provide expert guidance and support to the technology industry in navigating the complex landscape of technology-related decisions, strategies, and operations. These services aim to help clients leverage technology effectively to achieve their goals, optimize processes, and stay competitive.

The provision of these services come with their own set of risks due to the complex and rapidly evolving nature of the field. Having the appropriate insurance coverage can provide financial protection in case of unforeseen issues.

Who do we work with?

  • Technology Consultants
  • Digital Asset / Blockchain Consultants
  • Cybersecurity Consultants
  • RegTech Companies
  • PropTech Companies
  • Accountants
  • Law Firms
  • Financial Advisory Firms

Why should Professional Advisers consider insurance?

Professional advisory services for technology companies face various risks due to the nature of their work and the rapidly evolving technology landscape. Here are some of the key risks that technology advisory firms should be aware of:

Professional Liability Risk

As advisors provide expert advice and services to clients, there’s a risk of errors, omissions, or negligence in their work. If a client suffers financial losses or damages due to the advice or services provided, the firm may be held liable, leading to potential lawsuits and claims.

Cybersecurity and Data Breach Risk

Advisory firms often handle sensitive client data and may have access to proprietary information. Cyberattacks, data breaches, or accidental data leaks can lead to significant financial and reputational damage. Clients may hold the firm responsible for the security of their data.

Regulatory Compliance Risk

The technology industry is subject to various regulations and compliance requirements. Failing to adhere to these regulations can lead to legal and financial consequences for both the advisory firm and its clients.

Intellectual Property Risk

Technology advisors may deal with intellectual property matters, such as patents, trademarks, or copyrights. Providing advice on intellectual property issues without proper due diligence can result in infringement claims.

Contractual Risk

Advisory firms often enter into contracts with clients. If the terms of the contract are not properly managed or if there are disputes regarding deliverables, payments, or performance, it could lead to legal disputes and financial losses.

Reputation Risk

In the age of social media and online reviews, a single negative client experience can quickly damage the firm’s reputation. Maintaining a high standard of service and professionalism is crucial to safeguarding the firm’s image.


Why work with Continuum?

At Continuum we have significant experience of working with Professional Advisory Companies in Asia. Our in-depth knowledge of both the industry and the appetite of insurers allows to advise clients on the appropriate solutions to help them protect their business and offer value to their clients. We take a client-centric approach, appreciating that insurance may be a future requirement rather than an immediate need and advise on the timing of policy inception as well as helping with payment schedules and budgeting requirements.

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