Due diligence review
Due diligence refers to the process of research and analysis that is done before an acquisition, investment, business partnership or bank loan in order to determine the value of the subject of the due diligence or whether there are any major issues or potential issues.
The prospective acquirer / investor should obtain all the necessary information within the predetermined time and make sure that he makes a good deal and not a costly mistake. Due Diligence is commonly used as a pre-investment intelligence tool by investing partners, in order to obtain an independent and sophisticated report concerning the investee's credentials. Promoters seeking investments or in negotiations with investors or join partners, too, mandate a mock Due Diligence to prepare themselves for the actual process initiated by the investor.
Ledger consists of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals comprising of Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Cost Accountants and Law graduates who make a dedicated transaction advisory and due diligence team that can assist with financial, legal, tax due diligence and business analysis for organizations that are contemplating investments, strategic partnerships, mergers, and acquisitions or that are looking to enhance organizational effectiveness in an existing business unit or portfolio company.
We conduct due diligence with the sole objective to generate valuable due diligence reports and business analyses for our clients, that become an integral component of their decision-making and negotiation processes. We offer a confidential, sound, unbiased perspective and are the ideal complement to client's internal resources
To focus on providing value-added services that enhances client business decisions by combining a thorough understanding of technologies, logistics, corporate strategy and finance with an ability to summarize complex issues into concise, easily understood terms
Financial due diligence
Our role in a financial due diligence review involves evaluating the proposed deal by analyzing the present and historical financial statements including important agreements reviewing the control environment and assessing the risk incidental to the business
Tax due diligence
When companies acquire a business, dispose of a non-core business or go into a merger, they need to manage the tax risk by means of a tax due diligence. We provide you with corporate tax, direct and indirect taxes due diligence while focusing on risks (including quantifications) as well as opportunities
Legal due diligence
In an M&A process, any responsible management will require a comprehensive assessment of the possible legal risks related to the corporate status, assets, contracts, securities, intellectual property, etc. of the target company concerned. The negotiation of the transaction will in most cases require the intervention of a legal expert as numerous legal pitfalls need to be tackled as early as at the negotiation table. The drafting of the transaction contracts and related documents cannot be done without the special attention from a business angle.
We perform a full legal due diligence resulting in an assessment of the main risks and provide potential solutions that reduce the risk and provide assistance in drafting the letter of intent/confidentiality and exclusivity agreements / share purchase agreement (SPA ) representations and warranties, etc.