The drawing up of Due Diligence

Due diligence serves investors, who intend to take over another company to make sure that after the takeover, the company will not be confronted with unpleasant financial or other matters, about which were not in the process of the takeover by the seller and were adequately informed.

The drawing up of due diligence can be conceived as a review of the entire balance sheet of the company or possibly focused on selected assets and liabilities. The client can determine which areas the due diligence should cover.