Due diligence is at the heart of any successful deal. The resulting information is invaluable in knowing and understanding all sides and implications of a potential transaction. And, as cash investments increase, business owners and investors are placing renewed emphasis on identifying, qualifying and optimizing deals.
However, there are many forms of due diligence, beyond the financial analysis, that can have a significant impact on the outcome of a deal. In this white paper, our expert panel discusses three types of emerging non-financial due diligence that can uncover threats and identify opportunities to improve transaction economics and frame post-acquisition processes.