We match our due diligence procedures to your specific needs: First, we understand your investment, your objectives and your needs. Then, we provide help throughout the transaction process and design due diligence procedures to meet these objectives.
We can help you better understand value drivers and negotiation points based on thorough and focused due diligence across key areas such as financial, tax, operational, HR and IT.
Providing valuable insight into the target or its parent group’s shareholding structure and the relevant country’s business, regulatory, and tax environment;
Evaluating quality of historical financial statistics to identify opportunities to improve the financial performance;
Assessing potential non-financial exposures (e.g., legal and environmental risks) and liabilities and comment on possible solutions to reduce the relevant risks;
Reviewing key tax information, understanding industry specific tax attributes, quantifying tax exposures and suggesting remedial actions, where applicable to increase the effectiveness of tax function/administration;
Highlighting key issues and risks arising from our review of HR related matters, including: current employee compensation, pension plans, non-compliance with labour laws, retention of key employees and restructuring;
Reviewing information systems and assessing risks and issues relating to integration.