Seven Things Informed Lenders Should Know About Environmental Due Diligence

Presented by

Grady L. Shields, Attorney, Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP

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Whether you are new to the environmental due diligence field or a seasoned veteran, this webinar offers something for you. EDR Insight is honored to bring you the expertise of Grady Shields, an attorney with Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP. Shields brings over 30 years of experience practicing environmental law, assisting clients with environmental due diligence and transactions, and counseling lenders on environmental issues. At this webinar, Shields will share his insights on seven important issues impacting environmental due diligence in commercial real estate lending. This timely event will cover some of the latest environmental risks, like vapor migration, being pushed to the forefront, new emphasis on risk management tools like environmental insurance, the intense pressure on lenders by regulators and more. Take advantage of this opportunity to get some free advice from a trusted voice in environmental risk management. Who Should Attend: -Risk managers and loan officers at community banks -Risk managers at national banks, looking for a quick refresher and update -Environmental due diligence professionals serving lenders -Insurance professionals Expected Takeaways Those attending should come away with a better grasp of: -the need for pre-loan diligence, including diligence beyond the real property at issue -the use and appropriate terms of borrower environmental indemnification agreements -using both Pollution Legal Liability and Lender Environmental Liability coverage to limit lender risk -how to maximize value, while minimizing lender risk, in default situations -trends being driven by the regulators.

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