INpower Helps You to Get Deals Done.
INpower’s M&A and Private Equity Practice divisions help firms during due diligence with expert target acquisition analysis. We protect new owners from long-term problems and ensure that there are no surprises after the deal is completed.
Mergers & Acquisitions
INpower enables buyers to properly determine new asset value, uncover possible risks that can negatively impact EBITDA, and protect against post-transaction liabilities.
We also review seller Property and Casualty (P&C) insurance programs and Employee Benefits plans to determine if any trends or issues may affect the deal.
INpower’s P&C due diligence process determines whether the seller’s risks are appropriately insured, underinsured, or not insured at all. In most instances, all the seller’s P&C insurance policies should be reviewed, which include:
- Commercial General Liability
- Commercial Property
- Environmental Liability
- Directors & Officers (D&O)
- Errors & Omissions (E&O)
- Cyber Liability
- Excess Liability
INpower’s Employee Benefits due diligence ensures that the seller is in compliance. We review the seller’s documentation for its retirement plan, health insurance plans, Form 5500s, procedures and policies, remittance schedules, contracts with service providers and more.
R&W Insurance and Tax Liability Protection
Our team also helps structure Representations & Warranties Insurance (RWI) placements for the benefit of buyers, sellers, and institutional investors.
RWI protects against financial losses, including costs associated with defending claims, for certain unintentional and unknown breaches of the seller’s representations, and warranties made in an M&A agreement.
INPower also provides Tax Liability protection from known contingent tax exposures caused by the tax treatment of a previous transaction, investment, or other legitimate business activity.
INpower leverages a network of top-tier carrier partners and a laser-focused, collaborative, and adaptable approach to customize indemnity coverage solutions that allow buyers and sellers to receive the most advantageous indemnity structure.