due diligence

The due diligence activities carried out by our professionals mean that we can advise our clients on preliminary appraisals of acquisitions, disposals, and company restructuring and reorganisation,  analysing the economic, net asset and financial situation of the target company. Due diligence is an important instrument for minimising the existing and potential risks associated with mergers and acquisitions. Due diligence makes it possible to identify all the critical aspects of a business and its operations, and to evaluate them from the view point of a potential investor, thus limiting the risks taken on and minimising the financial outlay.

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