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The World Is Flat: Applying The U.S. Due Diligence Model Overseas

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Panel discussion from the 2013 Annual Client Summit …

Panel discussion from the 2013 Annual Client Summit

Jeff Doerner, Moderator

Panelists:
David Mole, Landmark
Randy Muller, Bank of America
Michelle McGregor-Smith, Wipro
Ken Rivlin, Allen & Overy

Published in: Economy & Finance, Business

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  • This is obviously a large impoundment, that is being managed well. But how do you assess the risk of total impoundment failure or the cost of close, cap and long-term monitoring once the operation ceases? What will be the future uses for this real estate? Will institutional controls be required for the Real Title
  • This is obviously a large impoundment, that is being managed well. But how do you assess the risk of total impoundment failure or the cost of close, cap and long-term monitoring once the operation ceases? What will be the future uses for this real estate? Will institutional controls be required for the Real Title
  • This is obviously a large impoundment, that is being managed well. But how do you assess the risk of total impoundment failure or the cost of close, cap and long-term monitoring once the operation ceases? What will be the future uses for this real estate? Will institutional controls be required for the Real Title
  • Over the coming decade climate change and global population growth will result in environmental resources becoming scarcer and economically more valuable. Many properties will be under threat from climate change. Economics will increasingly give monetary values to eco-services. In Europe the Aarhus Convention (and the three pillars of access to environmental information, public participation in environmental decision-making and access to justice) will mean that more environmental data is made available. All of these fundamental drivers will mean that for governments, companies and individuals understanding and assessing environmental risks will become increasingly vital.
  • Contaminated LandEnvironmentalFloodingClimate Change & EnergySustainabilityCSR & Reputational RiskCompany ReportingPlanning
  • RPSERMAtkinsCH2M Hill (Halcrow)URSMott MacDonaldJacobsAEARSKWSP
  • 1. US & UK lead the way in access to environmental information2. Landmark has found varying degrees of information3. We provide a search service through a partner network4. Signing a partner agreement with a data company in Australia
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    • 1. PANEL DISCUSSIONThe World Is Flat:Applying The U.S. Due DiligenceModel Overseas
    • 2. Jeff Doerner, ModeratorPanel:David Mole, LandmarkRandy Muller, Bank of AmericaMichelle McGregor-Smith, WiproKen Rivlin, Allen & Overy
    • 3. HSSE RiskManagement –The Changing Landscapeof InternationalEnvironmental RiskMichelle SmithHSSE Practice Leader – Americas
    • 4. Operational Risk for M&A – Beyond Due DiligenceIs this an at RiskOperation?Alpha Natural Agrees to Buy Massey Energy for $7.1 BillionHow Wipro helps clients assess before and after acquisition
    • 5. Operational Risk Assessment – How to Assess the Risk –SOX and GHG – International Trend Toward the US Reporting ModelIs this an at RiskOperation?SEC Enforcement Action Shines Light On Environmental DisclosuresAshland Chemical, Con-Agra, Safety Kleen, Xcel, Dynegy…
    • 6. The EU Environmental Liability Directive – using US ModelIs this an at RiskOperation?$600M fine - $150M clean-up30 civil and 15 criminal lawsuits4 deaths – 120 serious injuriesNov 2012 – Extension to off-shore operations
    • 7. Thank Youmichelle.smith@wipro.com724-244-3322
    • 8. Jeff Doerner, ModeratorPanel:David Mole, LandmarkRandy Muller, Bank of AmericaMichelle McGregor-Smith, WiproKen Rivlin, Allen & Overy
    • 9. Due Diligence Business Drivers
    • 10. Due Diligence Business Drivers
    • 11. Active Markets, Key Players & LeadersAsia-Pacific, 15%NorthAmerica, 57%Latin America, 4%West Europe, 17%East Europe, 2%Africa & MiddleEast, 5%
    • 12. Environmental Information Availability
    • 13. Jeff Doerner, ModeratorPanel:David Mole, LandmarkRandy Muller, Bank of AmericaMichelle McGregor-Smith, WiproKen Rivlin, Allen & Overy