Due diligence: What you need to know
Most due diligence checklists are either too narrowly defined or too broad in their scope. Our checklist takes a different approach: It gives you step-by-step guidance and lays out precisely what you need to take into account when conducting due diligence for real estate, acquisitions, mergers, and many other scenarios where thorough risk mitigation is required.
Download and use our checklist to address the five key areas of due diligence listed below:
- What questions you need to ask yourself when entering into a new business relationship
- When to start a due diligence investigation
- What risks you should consider when entering into a third-party business relationship
- Whether a simple due diligence inquiry is sufficient, or an enhanced due diligence investigation is recommended
- Which tools are suitable for your type of due diligence assessment