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Representations and Warranties: Changing the Way Deals are Done

Complimentary Seminar
10.10.12

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Windows on Minnesota
IDS Center - 50th Floor
80 8th Street S
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402

In any M&A transaction, deciding the extent, duration and size of the seller indemnity is inevitably one of the most hotly-contested items in the deal. A relatively new insurance product, Representations and Warranties Insurance, is changing the landscape of transactional risk allocation and making this negotiation just a bit easier. At the most basic level, R&W Insurance either insures the seller for its indemnity for breach, or insures the Buyer for liabilities arising out of a breach. The strategic applications of this brand of insurance are game-changing, and many firms place R&W Insurance on every deal. 

Please join us on October 10 at Windows on Minnesota for a joint seminar hosted by Lindquist & Vennum and Aon in which we will explore R&W Insurance in greater detail - the seminar will focus on the terms and conditions available in the R&W Insurance marketplace, the extent and limitations of such coverage, strategic applications and case studies exemplifying the use of the product, and the practical details around procuring a policy (e.g., pricing, deductibles, process and timing). The presentation will also delve into some other transaction-related insurance products, including Tax Liability Insurance, Contingent Liability Insurance, and Litigation Buyout Insurance. 

If you are an M&A professional and have not already encountered R&W Insurance on a deal in some form or other, you almost certainly will in the not-too-distant future. We encourage you to join us on Oct. 10 so that you are fully prepared to understand and utilize transaction-related insurance solutions when the opportunity presents itself.

Contact
LaFromboise, Antoine J.
Communications and Brand Manager
T 612.371.3269

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