Directors and Officers Liability Insurance (often called D&O) is insurance payable to the directors and officers of a company, or to the corporation itself, to cover damages or defense costs in the event they are sued for wrongful acts while they were with that company.
Employment Practices Liability (often called EPL) is insurance that will help defend against employment-related claims such as sexual harassment, age discrimination, or wrongful termination.
Fiduciary Liability insurance covers pension fund trustees and retirement plan sponsors' directors and officers for claims asserting violations of fiduciary duty under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act ERISA.
Crime insurance as a general term can vary. Generally, Crime insurance protects organizations from loss of money, securities, or inventory resulting from crime. Common Fidelity/Crime insurance claims allege employee dishonesty, embezzlement, forgery, robbery, safe burglary, computer fraud, wire transfer fraud, counterfeiting, and other criminal acts.