Corporate and Financial Due Diligence

Financial due diligence is an important aspect of deal planning, as it can influence the purchase price of a business and even the decision whether to proceed.

Corporate and Financial Due Diligence
Our due diligence service divided into two areas providing complete picture of the clients in a way which leads to
  1. Give comfort on and provide an understanding of the financial performance of the business, and makes an assessment of financial risk; or
  2. Take decisions for further merger and acquisition, business joint ventures / partnership with new investors

Statutory Records Checking

To conduct health check on government registration and company incorporation details, statutory records and constitutional documents, certification of good standing, financial and other information.

Financial Due Diligence

Our approach to due diligence is collaborative to keep clients informed of real-time issues, issue-focused to remain efficient, and flexible to adapt to the transaction-specific circumstances at hand. To make an informed investment decision and create the best value from the transaction, our procedures as follow:
  • On-site diligence team with management to interview and collect information;
  • Liaison with independent auditor and arrange discussions with the clients and the audit team;
  • Reading and analyzing key source data, including audited financial statements, confidential information memorandum, significant contracts, management reporting packages, trial balance detail, revenue, cost and price-volume detail, balance sheet detail, reserve roll-forwards, debt documents and cash flow statements, among others;
  • Analysis of key drivers as defined by management or client
  • Analysis of the quality of earnings and assessment of management’s proposed adjustments to reported EBITDA;
  • Identification of debt-like items and off-balance sheet commitments, including potential tax exposures; and
  • Review and analysis of historical net working capital trends
EBITDA: Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization