RPS has over 25 years experience supporting businesses through Mergers and Acquisitions.
Businesses involved in merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions now require environmental Due Diligence reviews that extend well beyond the traditional assessment of environmental risks, such as contaminated land or asbestos. A comprehensive Due Diligence exercise may now cover corporate responsibility (CR), carbon emissions, product environmental compliance and reputational risks.
RPS has a team of specialists who deliver commercially focused and technically robust advice, with an approach tailored to each transaction.
Our reports identify material environmental risks and determine the level of those risks. We also recommend and prioritise appropriate mitigation measures, and provide estimates for the associated cost of mitigating the risk.
Working with a wide range of clients, we have advised on M&A transactions varying from single site properties to worldwide multibillion pound portfolios. By utilising our expertise across the environmental, health and safety and planning disciplines, we provide an integrated service to assist the management of issues, post transaction.
Data room reviews
Phase I audits and Phase II investigations
Post transaction advice; and
Preparation of vendor due diligence reports prior to exit.