The process of due diligence typically involves either an investigation of a business or individual preceding the signing of a contract, or an act with a certain standard of care.
It can in various circumstances be a legal obligation, but the term will more usually apply to a voluntary investigation. An example of due diligence would be the act through which a prospective acquirer evaluates a target business or its assets for acquisition.
Due Diligence Checklist
Whether you are considering purchasing a business, a merger or selling your business you will need advice and guidance. We can provide the following during the process:
- Analysis of business accounts
- Interrogation of business plans and forecasts
- Valuation production and analysis
- Full business plan preparation
- Review of taxation implications of the transaction
- Attendance at negotiation meetings
- Data library management
Further Due Diligence Services
Your Local Due Diligence Services
We have local branches to provide all your due diligence services in London and Reading. We’d be happy to answer any questions you have – via phone, email, or via our contact us page form…