Mergers and Acquisition Due Diligence
The Mergers & Acquisitions Practice is focused on providing the buyout community, both financial and strategic, and the CCI corporate client base a single resource to satisfy any and all risk issues associated with a merger, acquisition or recapitalization. This includes Property & Casualty, Management Liability, and Employee Benefits issues and programs. Our experienced, dedicated professionals concentrate on assessing, quantifying and insuring the risks and exposures arising from mergers, acquisitions, corporate transactions and risks facing alternative asset investors.
The CCI team combines due diligence, transaction solutions, employee benefit consulting, insurance coverage placement within one practice to increase efficiency and communication during a transaction. Operating on a global platform, CCI’s M&A team brings depth and breadth of expertise across diversified industries, geographies and lines of coverage.
Our team includes leading experts in negotiating risk transfer contracts and managing risks faced by private equity funds and alternative asset funds. Our manuscript coverage forms and experience have paid dividends in providing certainty of coverage in a world of ever-increasing fund liability related to investments in portfolio companies and the management of funds.
Our specialist consultants are available to conduct a risk and insurance due diligence exercise on target acquisitions to augment and supplement the client's own investigations. By identifying potential areas of exposure, we can help both vendors and purchasers plan for future contingencies.
Please take a moment to review our key services below and please click the links to the upper right for more specific information on our M&A Due Diligence practice.
Additional M&A Solutions
-Review of financial impact of the cost of insurance risk
-Quantifying post closing insurance costs for all lines of coverage
-Statutory compliance support
-Identification and quantification of contingent liabilities and liabilities assumed via purchase agreements
-Accrual evaluation and quantification
-Purchase and sale agreement analysis/ successor liability issues
-Appropriateness of pre- and post-closing program
-Benchmarking the competitive status of employee benefit programs
-Identification of liabilities and plan design improvement opportunities
-Employee benefit plan transition issues
-Compliance with collective bargaining agreements
-Roll out and execution of new employee benefit plans
-Design and implementation of compensation strategies
-Descriptions of benefit plan designs
-Recommendations for deal negotiations, bank credit agreement, and purchase agreement language