China Business Due Diligence
Due Diligence report
Due Diligence is an investigation of a business or person prior to signing a contract, or an act with a certain standard of care. Due diligence report will cover the business due diligence, financial due diligence, and credit due diligence as well as legal due diligence.
What to include in business due diligence reports
1. Company Profile
Basic background information which including history, operations, reputation, number of employees, contact information, ticker symbol, names of top executives, top competitors, overview of financials, and any recent news stories and company press releases.
2. Industry Profile
To help understand the industry of the company for which you are conducting due diligence.
3. Financial Statements
Directly from the company or from a third-party financial analyst.
4. Annual Reports
Glossy report produced for shareholders containing information about operations, overview of financials, officers and directors, etc. Distinguished from the 10K filed with the SEC.
5. SEC Filings
Useful Tips for making business due diligence reports
1.Write for the target audience.
2. Focus on the report objectives.
3. Limit the report to information that has material impact to your company.
4. Structure the information to be used as valuable reference material later;
Our Integrated Due Diligence services include:
1.Commercial Due Diligence
2.Financial Accounting Due Diligence
3.Operational Due Diligence
4.IT Due Diligence
6.Tax Due Diligence
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