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December 31, 2016 Whitepaper 24 min read
Discover six critical due diligence considerations private equity firms should employ in today’s increasing challenging and competitive marketplace for new deals.

Photo of man carrying arrow up stairs for the 2016 Due Diligence Guidebook

Distilling our analysis from hundreds of recent deals, our guidebook examines the most critical components of the due diligence process including:

  • Financial and tax due diligence
  • Commercial and supply chain due diligence
  • IT due diligence
  • Real estate due diligence
  • Employee benefits due diligence
  • Internal controls due diligence

In today’s increasing challenging and competitive marketplace, it is imperative that private equity investors address these critical components of the due diligence process. Some of the considerations you’re no doubt familiar with, while others will be less recognizable. You already know how to make deals work, our guidebook will help you mitigate uncertainties and invest with greater confidence. Appropriate and tailored due diligence will provide you with an exhaustive understanding of the target company — its market strength, customer relationships, and financial performance — and close a deal at the most favorable transaction price.

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