Mergers & Acquisitions

Fee Structure

Consultation
Total : 5000/- INR


Mergers and Acquisitions Due-Diligence

Due-Diligence is essential before a Mergers and Acquisitions transaction. It allows the parties involved to confirm pertinent information about each others operations and finances making them better equipped to make an informed decision and close the deal with certainty. 

Due-Diligence is a process of verification, audit, and investigation of a potential investment opportunity to confirm the facts that may directly or indirectly impact the decision to close the Mergers and Acquisitions. During the due diligence process research is done to assess the internal and external factors affecting business, the legal and regulatory compliances, financial information, companies obligations,  such as debts, leases, distribution agreements, pending and potential lawsuits, long term customer agreements, warranties, compensation agreements, employee contracts, and other business components before entering into a financial transaction or agreement with another party.

Due-Diligence secures the interest of both buyer and seller, the buyer is benefited as the buyer gets assured that their expectations regarding the transaction are accurate. As getting into a Mergers and Acquisitions transaction without due diligence can substantially increase the risk for the buyer. The Seller’s interest is secured as the due diligence builds confidence in the buyer and the rigorous financial examination may reveal the fair market value of the Seller’s Company is more than what was initially determined.  

The following are some of the questions addressed in a Mergers and Acquisitions transaction:

  1. Target Company Overview
  2. Financials
  3. Technology/Patents
  4. Strategic Fit
  5. Target Base
  6. Management/Workforce
  7. Legal Issues
  8. Information Technology
  9. Corporate Matters
  10. Environmental Issues
  11. Product Capabilities
  12. Marketing Strategies

White Code Process involves:

  • Validating all of the seller’s representations by thoroughly investigating and analyzing the target company’s assets, liabilities, and historic earnings.
  • Provide a formal report on our due diligence finding.
  • If required, conducting a post-closing audit of the target company’s balance sheet.