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M&A Insurance - The new normal?

AIG’s 2018 global representations and warranties claims study provides interesting insights to buyers, sellers, and M&A advisors. 

Mergers and Acquisitions Insurance

Uncertainty can unravel even the most promising deal.


Backed by our market longevity, claims experience, and global expertise in insurance, law, tax, and regulations, AIG can provide broad solutions to respond to your deal’s unique risks. We’ll help you address risks of financial loss arising from inaccurate representations to known tax and contingent liabilities – to help your transaction go through with confidence.

See the credentials AIG brings to the deal table.

Mergers and Acquisitions Insurance Products

Representations and Warranties

Tailored coverage helps protect buyers and sellers from financial loss if misrepresentations or inaccuracies in representations or warranties occur. Buyers can distinguish bids, sellers can reduce indemnity obligations – both can close more efficiently. 

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Tax Liability

Helps reduce or eliminate financial loss arising from a tax authority’s successful challenge of your tax treatment during the transaction.

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Contingent Liability

Helps reduce or eliminate risk exposure related to the business of the seller or buyer arising out of a merger and acquisition, thereby helping enable deals to close more quickly, and sales proceeds to avoid impairment.

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Maximizing Protection. Minimizing Liabilities. Learn how to mitigate M&A risk with AIG.

Benefits of Mergers and Acquisition Insurance From AIG

What AIG Brings to the Table

AIG has the unique knowledge and experience to create customized insurance solutions tailored to the businesses involved in the transactions. Whether on the buy or sell side, our team will work with deal teams to help understand, measure, and mitigate transactional risks faced by our clients, helping to reduce uncertainty and to close a deal quickly. Learn more now.  

Underwriting Excellence

Our underwriters have unparalleled experience and expertise in the mergers and acquisitions space. Plus, our global footprint and ability to insure cross-border deals allows us to create a policy that takes into account the unique needs of your deal.

Global Claims Expertise

AIG clients have access to the worldwide expertise of in-country professionals dedicated to efficient management of mergers and acquisitions claims.

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AIG Mergers and Acquisitions Professionals Are Here to Help

Learn how our global expertise in insurance, law, tax, and regulations can help facilitate smoother domestic and cross-border transactions.

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