Due Diligence

Due diligence is a term used for a number of concepts involving either an investigation of a business or a person prior to signing a contract, or an act with a certain standard of care. Our team of experienced professionals has extensive knowledge to highlight key focus areas which could be potential risk elements while executing a transaction.

All businesses involved in an acquisition, as buyers or sellers, need to ensure that the financial information they hold is as accurate as possible, not only to prevent paying too much (or in a seller’s case receiving too little) but also to ensure that their governance and risk management objectives are met.

We provide both desktop Due Diligence and detailed Financial and Tax Due Diligence support. Desktop due diligence is a preliminary investigation conducted on the target company in order to evaluate the performance of the company based on the data/ information which is available in the public domain. Financial and Tax Due Diligence is a detailed exercise that involves on-site reviews, interviews with target management, and identification of pricing issues and structuring issues on deals.

We have independently handled Due Diligence as well as facilitated smooth Due Diligence by Third Party Agencies. The firm provides dedicated advisory services, due diligence reports, corporate due diligence, legal due diligence, and financial due diligence to ensure flawless transactions for the clientele catering to their specific needs individually. We help our clients with the following value-added services:

⦁ By enhancing the buyer's understanding of the target business and therefore increasing the likelihood of the deal achieving its objectives.
⦁ By helping buyers to identify and understand critical success factors so that informed acquisition decisions can be made.
⦁ By providing purchasers with greater certainty over the nature of the business and the characteristics of its cash flow. This helps pricing decisions and the level of gearing the structure will support.
⦁ By providing vendors with greater control over the sale process and the timing of sale, which can help secure a higher price for the business.
⦁ By helping clients reduce disruption to the business as the sale process is more controlled.
⦁ Our vendor assistance specialists can ensure that the vendor retains pace and initiative throughout the sale process.
⦁ By assisting with an early identification of value critical issues, providing the option to "regroup and fix" outside the glare of publicity.
⦁ By providing rapid execution of the divestment from the point of announcement for vendors. This reduces the business disruption and accelerates transfer to new owners.



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