Reply To: How does the cost and length of Due Diligence change across market segments?

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Petros Lampropoulos
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I agree that DD in small deals can be of very low cost and can be in the form of a feedback from an advisor on the reviewed documents (which requires less time and does not go through a full depth analysis. But again it depends on the market segment and on the size of the target. A small company can be covered from a small DD considering that there are not many HR issues, they most probably uses straight accounting methods and the review is more straightforward. I agree with the mega merger approach.

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