Due Diligence Investigations
Are you sure you know who you are investing with?
Due diligence refers to a process that is carried out before entering into a business agreement. The focus is typically on either a company or an asset. In the process, the companies and/or investors meet and examine various aspects of the business and assets in detail, before a final contract is signed and investments are made.
We help make sure that you make an informed decision by identifying areas of risk, which traditional legal, financial, and technical due diligence may overlook. Our due diligence investigations are customised for each, individual client to reduce risks and verify crucial information. This enables you to make well-informed business decisions.
The basis of a due diligence investigation takes roughly one week, from start to finish. This is usually the first level of investigation that helps dictate whether or not a comprehensive due diligence into an individual or business is required. This process involves:
A full comprehensive due diligence is recommended when our initial investigation or the client’s information returns red flags about a subject, individual, business, or corporation.
Recent years have shown the need for alternative methods in due diligence where investors have experienced losses or reputational risk.
This type of investigation can help you see the full picture so you can make a well-informed business decision.