Structuring and evaluation of due diligence processes.
In M&A processes, the essential component is to realistically determine the holistic value of a company by means of a carefully conducted DD (Due Diligence) investigation.
For this purpose, we divide the due diligence into a four-stage process with you. This ensures the economic value of a company to be determined, considering as far as possible opportunities and risks.
DD Step 1 - Market analysis
Strategical analyses - Target definition
Buyer- and Seller market
(who could or should be bought or sold - from whom)
DD Step 2 - Balance Analysis
MFM - tools "Control numbers finance"
Representation of the enterprise processes from P&L and balance
Definition of the parameters from buyer- or seller view
Auditor reports van be focused specifically.
DD Step 3 - Extensive commercial analysis
Decision if Asset-
Have to go and actual comparison
Economic project status
Economic risk assessment
Economic chances assessment
Application of liquidity risks
DD Step 4 - Servic agreement or guarantees
Consideration more possibly,
not exactly determinable chances and risks
A service agreement is concluded, with by the enterprise buyer assumed staff. These close contracts from old shops of the enterprise seller and bring this against a defined compensation to ends.
This reduces risks of the buyer side, as well as the seller side.
The eterprise buyer tries to negotiate guarantees for everything what could contain a risk.
On th other side the enterprise seller tries to receive improvement notes for everything what could contain a chance.
POST MERGER INTEGRATION FOR THE SUCCESSFUL FINANCING OF A COMPLETED TRANSACTION
PLANNING THE POST MERGER INTEGRATION TASKS FOR THE AREAS:
AUDIT AND CONTROLLING FOR INTEGRATION TASKS