Learn how to handle the uncertainty associated with environmental liability in A Lender's Guide to Environmental Liability Management. This concise, nontechnical handbook provides detailed information on how these ever-present liabilities can be managed effectively. It gives you the facts you need to explore lending opportunities in new areas while ensuring that your institution operates without unnecessary exposure to financial loss. This much-needed guide provides down-to-earth explanations of the liabilities arising from environmental problems, the science behind these liabilities, and the methods that lenders should implement to minimize financial risk - all without a single mathematical or scientific equation. The guide, divided into six main sections, is filled with must-have information focusing on o environmental law and the lender o the science of soil and groundwater contamination o recommendations for lending institutions' environmental policies o methods for management of contamination liability o techniques for management of contaminated sites o and the lender's role in trusts and financial management. Become environmentally literate and improve your financial decision-making outcomes with A Lender's Guide to Environmental Liability Management. This extremely useful and practical book will save you worry, time, and money.The most intense sources of magnetic fields that people come in contact with are electric lines and electrical appliances. ... While recognizing that the connection between power lines and cancer is an area of continuing study by researchanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Lender's Guide to Environmental Liability Management|
|Author||:||Thomas M. Missimer, James L. Kammert|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1996-06-19|