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Mergers and acquisitions typically involve a comprehensive review of a company's financial disposition. Within this process, the prospective parent company may seek to ascertain a better understanding of the acquired company's debt status, cash flow, overall financial structure, risk exposures, and the overall effectiveness of its risk management program.

A risk management review is essential to gain an understanding about the scope of risk exposures and potential liability that the acquiring company may face.

The Process

Commercial Risk Consultants would generally work with either an accounting firm or directly for the acquiring company. The project would involve a comprehensive review of various financial documents, annual reports, sales and product literature, property listings, contractual agreements, insurance policies, loss information, and administrative policies and procedures.

For more information contact John W. Newby in Hampton, Virginia at 757 964 7332 or use our Contact Form

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