Due diligence is usually prepared before purchasing companies, shares or an organized part of the enterprise. Due diligence is also taken into consideration before making decisions on merges, restructuring and other decisions involving capital investments.
Due diligence allows potential investors to make rational and optimal decisions. Contents of that document could constitute a strong negotiation instrument as it gives a certain value to the subject of transaction.
Due diligence aims at:
Due diligence analysis is performed by a team of consultants with specific knowledge, amongst others in the areas of financial law, tax law, commercial law, civil law and employment law.
Due diligence is adapted each time for a specific organization, expectations of potential investor and the indicated goals.
The outcome of this complex analysis has often an essential influence on the overall view of the company and its profitability along with risk assessment connected with the investment.
This type of research usually has a much broader range than a balance sheet audit, tax audit or an overview of the company’s books.
Range of tasks
Depending on Clients needs, due diligence can differ on the range of tasks involved. The basic areas that we offer to take into consideration during the research are:
That rage of research can be extended to different areas depending on the Client needs.
What the Client receives
The outcome of the conducted analysis is a report that contains: