In todays inter-connected world, competition is pervasive. Businesses have to think big, act fast and transcend geographical boundaries to stay competitive. Mergers and acquisitions have been one of the biggest contributors to Indias economic expansion. While there is hope that India will further liberalise norms to facilitate mergers and acquisitions, there is a growing need for depth, quality and timeliness of the due diligence process.
Our Due Diligence Services include:
- Accounting and Financial diligence
- Direct and Indirect Tax diligence
- Pre (vendor) diligence
- Post-investment review, monitoring and diligence
The three main categories of due diligence are legal, financial and commercial.
Legal due diligence seeks to examine the legal basis of a transaction, for example to ensure that a target business holds or can exercise the intellectual property rights that are crucial to the future success of the company.
Financial due diligence focuses on verifying the financial information provided and to assess the underlying performance of the business. This would be expected to consider areas such as earnings, assets, liabilities, cash flows etc
Commercial due diligence considers the market in which a business sits, for example involving conversations with customers, an assessment of competitors and a fuller analysis of the assumptions that lie behind the business plan. All of this is intended to determine whether the business plan stands up to the realities of the market.
Other types of due diligence cover areas such as taxation, pensions, IT systems and intellectual property.
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