Due Diligence
Generally, due diligence refers to the care a reasonable person should take before entering into an agreement or a transaction with another party. Normally, it finds significance in merger and acquisition transaction wherein buyer intends to determine whether to buy the business/ go for merger and what is exact worth of such business. Also, whether all material facts have been disclosed to the buyer by seller.

The three main categories of due diligence are legal, financial and commercial. Although these have traditionally been distinct, the best due diligence programmes maintain an element of close cooperation as the work in one area can often inform the checks being carried out elsewhere.

Our firm can assist in undertaking all 3 type of due diligence with comprehensive coverage of following areas:
  • Legal structure, contracts, loans, property, employment, pending litigation
  • Earnings, assets, liabilities, cash flow, debt, management
  • Conversations with customers, an assessment of competitors and a fuller analysis of the assumptions that lie behind the business plan; and
  • Management audit, Information system audit, macro and legal environmental audit, production and marketing audit.
 
 
 
 
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