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Look to Doeren Mayhew's team of transaction advisors to help you decipher the data at hand and provide a clear decision path for your next transaction.
Look to Doeren Mayhew’s team of transaction advisors to provide due diligence services that will help you decipher the data at hand and provide a clear decision path for your next transaction.
Due diligence is critical in the world of mergers and acquisitions, as it allows a buyer to verify important information about a seller such as finances, contracts and customers prior to entering a financial transaction or agreement. Essentially, due diligence makes or breaks a deal, so having an experienced M&A advisor on your side is imperative.
Doeren Mayhew provides due diligence support for a wide variety of deal types and transaction timelines, including:
Working collaboratively with our accounting, tax, finance and investment banking advisors, Doeren Mayhew’s pre- and post-transaction due diligence services help reveal risks and opportunities to allow you to make informed decisions about how or whether to proceed with a transaction.
Look to us to provide insight into the historical and projected financial performance of a company by assessing the accuracy and sustainability of earnings and cash flow, as well as the quality of assets and liabilities being acquired or assumed. Our due diligence service offerings include:
What does due diligence mean in mergers and acquisitions?
Due diligence is an examination of a possible investment to confirm facts that may affect a buyer’s choice to make a purchase or merge.
What is included in due diligence?
After partnering with Doeren Mayhew’s M&A advisors, we begin the process by creating a detailed checklist of all the documents we will need. The documentation will then be reviewed, and we’ll work closely with you and the target company to ensure all goals are achieved to get the deal closed.
Who does due diligence in mergers and acquisitions?
Typically, the buyer and their M&A advisors are responsible for the due diligence process.
For more information on our due diligence services, contact Doeren Mayhew’s M&A advisors today.
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