Financial and tax due diligence – We are very particular even about this
Financial and tax due diligence – what is it all about? There are many answers to this question: “Due diligence” is a professional and thorough risk evaluation by an expert e.g. in case of company acquisitions, mergers and other investments.
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We support you as experts in due diligence
We support the potential buyers of companies for carrying out the analysis and valuation as experts in due diligence. We carry out both insight and review of company documents as well as the ongoing communication with the management, the M&A advisor and/or the certified tax advisor of the target company. We work together with specialized experts for further types of analyses from legal due diligence right up to environmental due diligence and market due diligence.
Are you planning to acquire a company or want to get your company evaluated for sale?
We are prepared for both alternatives: the support for preparation of a company acquisition and the preparation of company data on behalf of a potential seller of the company (so-called vendor due diligence). In case of the latter, the vendor has the chance to eliminate the gaps, conflicts or mistakes in the documents before the potential buyers get to see these. If this is not achieved, they may want to get ready for tough questions and prepare answers for the same.
Our tip: Talk to us at a very early stage. For company succession, this is best done several years before the planned sale. Only then, we can give you tips on how you must prepare your company so that it is considered to be attractive by the potential buyer. We individually give you advice on specific steps which are then necessary.
How is the company actually doing out there? Financial and tax due diligence provide this information.