Reps and Warranties Insurance

Who is buying representations and warranties insurance, and what does it cover? That was one question addressed at the 2013 PLUS International Conference session, “Reps & Warranties Coverage: The Best “New” Thing for M&A Deals?” In this clip, moderator Nancy D. Adams, Esq. (Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, PC); Jay Rittberg (AIG); Jeffrey Cowhey (Ambridge Partners); Ira C. Weisman (Cerberus Operations); and Matthew Heinz (Aon) discuss the coverage.

For an in-depth look at D&O issues, don’t miss the 2014 D&O Symposium, January 28 and 29 in New York City.

PLUS members can view this entire session, and many more from past PLUS Conferences and Symposia, in the PLUS Multimedia Library. Check it out today!

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  1. There are various techniques of financing an M&A deal. They are classified partially by the way in which they are financed and partially by the comparative dimension the companies. Dealings compensated by money are usually known as products rather than a merging, because the investors of the focus on company are eliminated and the focus on comes under the oblique management of the bidder’s investors. Transaction by inventory, are released to the investors of the obtained company at a given rate proportionate to the assessment.

    Mergers and Acquisitions

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