Many business have environmental cleanup liabilities on their balance sheets, often from past operations or legacy acquisitions. These liabilities can be a significant drag on financial performance and an impediment to operational changes, especially involving M&A (stock & asset deals), managing bankruptcy, and restructuring/re-positioning assets.
The good news is these environmental liabilities can be moved off balance sheet, out of a transaction, or out of bankruptcy using an environmental liability buyout company, thus removing barriers to business needs.
In our recent webcast, we discussed the ins and outs of environmental liability buyouts, including:
Liability buyouts: An update for M&A, bankruptcy, and corporate balance sheets
Learn how to move envirornmental laibilities off your balance sheet.
Executive Vice President
Environmental Liability Transfer, Inc.