June 11, 2013 — 2-5 PM, Reception Following
VENUE: Marriott Evergreen Resort at Stone Mountain Park, Atlanta
COST: None for the program or reception, Lodging at Bauer Advising event rate of $129
Buyers, sellers and lenders in M&A transactions are usually concerned about the allocation of known and unknown environmental, cyber, and other business risks. How best to allocate these risks between the parties, and even transfer them to third parties? Are risk transfer insurance products available and effective, or not? This roundtable, led by seasoned M&A professionals from all sides of the transaction, will discuss best practices in allocation, indemnification, and risk transfer, including the availability (and limitations) of commercial insurance risk transfer vehicles.
A cocktail and food reception will immediately follow the afternoon program. Attendance will be limited to about 25 persons.
Featuring corporate deal experts, including:
Marian Cope, Vice President for Corporate Risk Management, New York Life
Anthony Polazzi, Managing Director, Sun Capital Partners, Inc.
Craig Martahus, Partner, M&A and Private Equity Practice, Thompson Hine
Maria Nikeas, New York Underwriting Manager, M&A Insurance, AIG
Denise Carkhuff, Partner, Private Equity Practice, Jones Day
Meghan Magruder, Partner, Insurance Practice, King & Spalding
Bruce Kranz, Senior Vice President, Environmental Risk, Hylant
Robert Veillette, Vice President and General Counsel, Nordson Corporation
Gregory Chemnitz, Vice President and General Counsel, Materion, Inc.
Larry Pitorak, FocusCFO, and former CFO of The Sherwin-Williams Company
John Gibson, Senior VP and Head of Environmental Insurance Products, Chubbs
Scott Smith, Division Head, Environmental Insurance, AIG
Paul Schneir, Head of M&A Practice, Key Capital Markets
David Wasson, Cyber Insurance Practice Leader, Hays Companies
Shane de Burca, Chief Underwriting Counsel, Concord Specialty Risks
A note on content
This is not a vendor sponsored or for-profit event. It is intended as a substantive forum for the exchange of ideas. All speakers will be selected by the program organizer, Bauer Advising LLC, an independent facilitator of competence in legal fee management for companies and law firms, whose clients are offsetting the expenses of the symposium, including the expenses of some speakers at the program.