Forensics Due Diligence

  • Home
  • Cyber Forensics
  • Fraud Risk Management
  • Forensics Due Diligence

Forensics Due Diligence:

Assessing company management is crucial when closing business deals. It can mean the difference between long-term success or sudden failure. It also helps the organization understand how the teams perform their roles in context with the company's future business plan. This helps clarify the structure of the organisation's work-force.The management due diligence process can be identified as an informative tool for external stakeholders, and can also be referred to as Management Assessment as it addresses the team’s dynamics and highlight the risks.

  • Transactions that require management due diligence
  • Mergers, acquisitions and strategic alliances
  • Partnerships
  • Joint ventures and collaborations
  • Management due diligence's responsibility

Areas covered

  • Investigative Due Diligence
  • Company / Directors / Shareholders Due Diligence
  • Compliance & Governance
  • Audits
  • Vendor Screening & Integrity Checks
  • Due Diligence
  • Reputational / Social Due Diligence

Steps in Due Diligence

  • Desktop and Database Searches
  • Detailed Corporate and Social Media Searches
  • Detailed Internal & External Inquiries
  • Requisite Site Visits

Levels in Due Diligence

Preliminary Due Diligence (L1)

  • Background and History
  • Media Checks
  • Blacklist Checks
  • Database Search
  • Address verification

Basic Due Diligence (L2)

  • Preliminary – L1 Plus
  • Regulatory, Compliance and Litigation Checks
  • Criminal and Financial offences History
  • Reference checks
  • Detailed Media Checks

Intermediate Due Diligence (L3)

  • Basic (Level 2) plus
  • Business and Social reputation
  • Awards & Achievements
  • Focused inquiries

Advanced Due Diligence (L4)

  • Political affiliations and its influence on business
  • Financial status