In an acquisition process understanding of historical data of ‘Target Company’ is equally important as the potential for future growth of business is. A comprehensive and in depth analysis of business help in price negotiation, mitigation of risk associated, and to ensure higher return on investment.
Our experts help you into pre and post deal due diligence, either from buy side or sell side, our team will provide a thorough analysis of data and recommendation to assist you in forming your business decisions. We address a range of financial, commercial, accounting and operational issues as part of our due diligence process.
As part of due diligence, we cover followings:
Financial due diligence: As part of financial due diligence, the financials position of target company is focused and includes analysis of earning history, cash flows, future earning potential, working capital requirements, hidden assets and liabilities etc.
Commercial Due Diligence: More than financials assessment of target it includes forecast validation, assessment of operational stability and market dynamics in which company operates.
Operational Due Diligence: our operational due diligence process focus on functional and operational effectiveness of the target company. It includes assessment of management team, relationship with key stakeholders, distribution network, customer relationships, human resource management, IT system etc.
Tax Due Diligence:The main objective of a tax due diligence is to determine the past, present and future tax liabilities of the target entity, including disclosed, undisclosed, realized and unrealized tax liabilities.
• Enhancing the buyers understanding of the target business and therefore increasing the chances of successful implementation of the deal and achievement of desired objective
• Helping you in taking a right and sound decision through identifying and understanding critical issues that work out as a success factor in proposed business transaction
• Highlighting strengths that can be built upon or weaknesses that can be resolved.
• Identifying core strengths that could be used to cover drawbacks that inherently exists in the organization.