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Environmental risk: Know your options and close the deal

Environmental matters can negatively impact the viability of a transaction. Our professionals provide insights into issues that could derail your deals.

Despite thorough due diligence, environmental matters — both known and unknown — can negatively impact the financial viability and post-closing performance of a transaction. As environmental risks continue to emerge and regulatory scrutiny grows, so does the potential for having to deal with an unforeseen environmental issue. Risk transfer solutions are available to help mitigate these exposures and successfully facilitate transaction closing.

In our recent webcast, Environmental risk: Know your options and close the deal, our panel of risk professionals provided insights into addressing matters that could potentially derail your deals, including:

  • Environmental risks impacting the 2023 transactional marketplace
  • Steps to identify the spectrum of environmental risk
  • Traditional and specialty risk transfer solutions to address exposures
  • Case studies where proactively addressing environmental risk was pivotal in the success of a transaction

Environmental risk: Know your options and close the deal

Watch our replay for recommendations on how to handle environmental matters before your deal turns sour.

Our presenters

Peter Kolodner

Peter Kolodner

Senior Vice President, Environmental Practice

Peter is a senior client advisor and leads Marsh's Environmental Practice in the West. He advises companies on structuring environmental coverage to facilitate risk transfer, including placing coverage for property transactions and redevelopment, mergers and acquisitions, Brownfield redevelopments, Superfund clean-ups, and liability buyouts.

Kimberly Mann

Kimberly Mann

Senior Vice President, Environmental Practice

As a senior advisory specialist in Marsh’s Global Environmental Practice, Kim specializes in providing advice on environmental risks and insurance solutions. She has extensive experience in complex environmental risks, including mergers & acquisitions, brownfield redevelopment, heavy industrial risks, and product & asbestos exposures.

Matthew Windisch

Matthew Windisch

Corporate Risk Manager, Toll Brothers, Inc.

Matt Windisch is a Corporate Risk Manager for Toll Brothers, Inc., a luxury homebuilder. Responsible for the placement and oversight of casualty insurance programs for Toll Brothers, Matt’s duties include risk management of all home building operations, multi-family apartment construction and operation, as well as urban low-, mid-, and high-rise for sale condominiums. He is also responsible for the oversight and administration of the company’s owner controlled insurance program (OCIP).

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