Uninsured smaller acquisitions spark fresh demand for insurance solution says CFC’s Angus Marshall

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With a potential post-pandemic capacity crunch in M&A, CFC’s Angus Marshall gives his view on the current environment and why corporates are looking at warranty and indemnity insurance

There is a growing number of corporates and private equity investors taking on smaller or bolt-on type portfolio acquisitions that are going uninsured.

According to Angus Marshall, CFC Underwriting’s global practice leader in transaction liability, the firm identified that there was a gap in the lower mid-market with these smaller transactions not being insured.

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