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Due Diligence

What is Due Diligence?

Due Diligence is the process of evaluating a prospective business decision by getting information about the financial, legal, and other aspects of a business or a situation, such as insurance, technology, and marketing/sales/competition, as well as any general company information.

Why do you need Due Diligence?

There are many reasons for conducting due diligence, including the following:

  • Confirmation that the business is what it appears to be
  • Identify potential “deal killer” defects in the target and avoid any dreadful business transaction
  • Gain information which is useful for valuing assets, defining representations and warranties, and/or negotiating price concessions
  • Verification that the transaction complies with investment or acquisition criteria

Who Conducts Due Diligence?

Due Diligence should be conducted by a Non-Conflicting independent party/firm other than the Business Owner, Interested Buyer and a consultant/Broker associated with the Transaction.

Lead and co-investors, corporate development staff, attorneys, accountants, investment bankers, loan officers and other fourth party professionals can conduct Due Diligence.

How to conduct Due Diligence?

The process of Due Diligence passes through various attributes of a business, which are as follows:

  • General company information
  • Legal matters
  • Employees and Board Members
  • Third Party Services
  • Products and services

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