Due Diligence

If your investment is substantial, and you  might want to perform an evaluation of the business and provide report of the potentials and the risks.

Due diligence means investigating legal and accounting conditions of a business. It can be done on a voluntary basis or for example during a corporate takeover bid, where an acquirer evaluates a target company prior to making a deal. This in-depth research ensures that you have the knowledge necessary to make the most informed investment decisions.