Before entering into any new activity or process, due diligence has become an in-evitable function which every business should go through in order to avoid or reduce the future risks associated. Due Diligence is the intense examination of a target business for a merger or acquisition by a prospective buyer and it can be described as a fact-finding device to assist in determining whether to buy the business at all, how much to pay for the business and how to structure the acquisition.
The principal purpose of Due Diligence is to verify assertions made by the Seller and to identify caveats that may not have been disclosed to the Buyer. It is a reasonable investigation about the state of affairs of the business to be acquired, focusing on matters which may have an effect on the future of the business. In short, the Buyer determines through Due Diligence that the business he / she is buying contains all the assets and liabilities that have been paid for.
Due Diligence Investigation is a structured and formal process. Therefore, besides being a time bound process it is also governed by the broad understanding between the parties, which is formalized by drawing up of an MOU. But what about, before signing the MOU, or for that matter even before beginning the process of dialogue? This requirement is only further heightened with compliance requirements under acts like the Patriot Act or the FCPA Act.
What AMRA Consultants Offers
We offer a controlled due diligence process that helps companies minimize the risks associated with buying or selling a business, entering an alliance or raising capital. Our diligence in uncovering the realities of a business makes it easier for companies to do the right deals, avoid the wrong ones, and stem value leakage after the deal closes.
Due Diligence is a term used for number of concepts involving investigation of Business or a person before signing a contract or before entering into any kind of understanding or agreement. Due Diligence could be on anything such as –
Business Due Diligence
Corporate Due Diligence
Financial Due Diligence
Investment Due Diligence
Commercial Due Diligence
Asset Purchase Due Diligence
Matrimonial Due Diligence
Due diligence is another of preventing unnecessary harm to either party involved in Transaction therefore when merger or takeover takes place, Rajput Jain & Associates plays a vital role to carry out Due Diligence on the other party and check complete record and read beyond what is mentioned in the records and completely satisfied