Host: Karl Hersch, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
In today’s new normal, insurers are likely to redefine the strategic role of M&A. How will these new conditions influence companies’ M&A and growth decision-making? We’ll discuss:
- How to use rapid scenario planning to identify relevant aspects of M&A strategy, while redefining new areas of focus to provide a basis for decision-making.
- How organizations should consider deal-related actions to respond to, or capitalize on, the COVID-19 pandemic and changing market conditions.
- Ways in which the landscape of M&A and alternative deals might change in a post-pandemic world.
Meet the speakers
Mark is a senior partner in the Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) practice of Deloitte Consulting LLP, where he leads Strategy & Transformation for its broad M&A practice, as well as Deloitte's work on the Future of M&A. He also globally co-leads the Insurance M&A practice, as well as Deloitte’s internal incubator called Startup Deloitte, designed to identify new business opportunities across the firm.
Doug is the National Risk & Financial Advisory Insurance leader for Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics (DTBA) LLP. He provides valuation and financial consulting services to leading insurance and financial services firms. Doug has more than 15 years of experience in the valuation of business enterprises, business interests, and intangible and tangible assets. His work focuses on M&A analyses, tax and regulatory compliance, dispute resolution, financial structuring advice, strategic financial planning, and lease financing.
With more than 18 years of experience, Matt is a partner in Deloitte & Touche LLP's mergers & acquisitions (M&A) Transaction Services practice and focuses solely on financial services transactions. Matt spent the last 10 years providing a broad range of M&A strategy, target screening and selection, due diligence, transaction planning and execution, and accounting structuring services to the insurance, banking, asset management, and securities sectors. Prior to joining M&A Transaction Services, he worked within the assurance practice, primarily servicing insurance and banking clients. Mark is also part of Deloitte's financial instruments subject matter resource network.