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MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS INSURANCE

A useful way to ring fence the warranties and liability contained in the M&A Prospectus, Offer Documents, or Sale and Purchase agreement.

Merger and acquisition insurance products are designed to manage potentials risks and liabilities that arise in the course of an M&A deal. Used strategically they can enhance a negotiation position and improve the final outcome of the deal.  The policy provides protection for unintentional breaches of representations and warranties in the sales agreement, transferring risk to an insurance policy rather than recovering damages directly from former shareholders.  We work with a wide range of clients including private equity houses real estate, infrastructure funds and corporations. Our team combines due diligence, transaction solutions and insurance coverage placement to mitigate risk during a transaction.

 

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Head Office : Level 1, 310-312 Bay Street, Port Melbourne Victoria 3207
Branch Office : Level 19, Brisbane Club Tower, 241 Adelaide Street, Brisbane Queensland 4000
Postal : PO Box 60, Port Melbourne Victoria 3207 Australia

1800 335 744

 

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