Effective Due Diligence depends on identifying and then managing significant transaction issues, anticipating and identifying potentially important risk and negotiation issues. The objective of this is to improve all future performances of the organization by forecasting potential risk outcomes and attempting to improve the efficiency and of course the effectiveness of the existing business processes.
Our basic approach is to save time, money and effort beside helping in influencing the price at the outset of the deal.
It covers the following areas:
Independent analysis of financial and commercial information and its evaluation prepared at an initial stage of a disposal or strategic divestment.
Collect together, analyse and interpret financial, commercial and tax information in detail.
Compilation and review of the financial information is to be provided to bidders.
Special purpose accounts audit.
Interfacing with the purchaser and their accounting advisors on various accounting matters and challenging due diligence findings of the purchaser.
Identifying contract warranties.