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Due diligence

Carry out the Due Diligence procedure now and get an independent expert assessment of the activities of the company you are interested in

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Due diligence

Helps potential investors and companies to understand the nature of the deal, the associated risks and to identify weaknesses in the project structure

For whom:

For entrepreneurs and top managers who want to avoid certain risks associated with the acquisition and sale of a business

For companies that want to go public

For companies preparing for a merger or acquisition

What tasks will help to solve:

01

Identify any mistakes and shortcomings in the company's activities

02

Optimize financial and business processes

03

Increase the productivity of business processes;

04

Assess the compliance of current activities with applicable laws

Why us?

We use the latest European business building trends in our work

We understand the tasks of our clients on a mental level

Our practicing experts hold all the necessary European licenses

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What will you get as a result:

A detailed analysis of the company's activities

Identification of weak points in the structure

Recommendations for elimination of identified problems

Detailed report on the company's activities for partners and potential investors

Service delivery process:

01

We determine the goals and estimate the scope of work

02

Signing a contract with the client

03

Collation of a package of documents

04

Service implementation

Cost

From 13.500 + VAT
depending on the scope of work*

  • From 13500 €
  • +VAT
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Frequently Asked Questions

1.

When is Due Diligence necessary?

Due diligence is usually carried out at the time of purchase of a business, as well as before commencement of a cooperation or investing money in another company. It implies the formation of a complete understanding of the investment object.

2.

What kind of specialists perform the procedure?

The due diligence operation involves a team of specialists from three areas who investigate specific aspects: lawyers analyze the legal risks that may arise, accountants and auditors look at the state of the reporting, investment analysts determine how much income the buyer will receive from the deal or how much investment needs to be made in order for the business to work.

3.

Who carries out the due diligence – the seller or the buyer?

The buyer and the seller may both carry out the DD procedure in the course of purchase (sale) of a business, which will be advantageous to both parties.

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