Lectures

Subject area: Insurance

Sale and purchase of brokers and intermediaries: considerations for buyer, seller and third parties

Speakers:

Tim Goodger and Sean Sydenham

Date:

Presented 6 September 2017

Lecture contents:

This seminar looks at topical issues relating to sale and purchase of brokers and intermediaries including:

  • Structures for sale and purchase
  • Removing the barriers: avoiding delays
  • Current due diligence issues – considerations for buyers and sellers, including preparation for sale
  • Warranties, indemnities and representations – problems and protections
  • The impact on and of third parties: employees, regulator authorisation and customers
  • Hidden problems and potential future liabilities/obligations for a buyer
  • Implications for those that deal with brokers and intermediaries
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