Effect of Representations and Warranties Insurance on Deal Terms

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Our 2023 SRS Acquiom M&A Deal Terms Study analyzes more than 2,100 private-target M&A transactions valued at more than $460 billion that closed between 2017 and 2022.

Whether Representations and Warranties Insurance (RWI) is right for your deal depends on many factors; Deal parties can greatly benefit from being informed about the impacts RWI can have on deal terms and negotiations. Learn how RWI impacts terms such as indemnification provisions and escrow structures.

Topics include:

  • 10b-5/Full Disclosure
  • No Other Reps/Non-Reliance
  • No Survival and Survival Periods
  • Materiality Scrapes
  • Baskets
  • Escrow Structures and Sizes

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Andrew Moore

Associate Director 720.518.9026

Andrew is an associate director with SRS Acquiom in the M&A Transactional Group. He collaborates with clients and outside counsel to draft, negotiate and finalize M&A documents and related documents such as escrow, payment, and exchange agreements, among others.

Before joining SRS Acquiom, Andrew worked as an oil and gas lawyer where he researched mineral and lease ownerships, and drafted drilling and division order title opinions for a Denver law firm. Prior to that, Andrew practiced real estate, business, and water law for several years with a firm located near Winter Park, Colorado.

Andrew earned his J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Richmond.

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