Poor environmental due diligence costs a third of companies

The environmental due diligence undertaken by companies during mergers and acquisitions is often inadequate and too narrow in scope, according to a report by management consultants KPMG.1 A third of companies are hit by "significant" environmental issues post-deal, and many are failing to address "soft" issues such as brand and reputation.

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