Understand the true value of the business

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    Pang Lai Li

    Due diligence undertaken in mergers and acquisitions is vigorous, time consuming, and complex. Therefore, it is critical for companies to closely investigate potential investments and understand the true value of the business. A firm may otherwise waste a great deal of their valuable assets and time completing the transaction.

    Teo Kim Heng

    How does one then balance and trade off amongst rigorous, time invested or available and complexity acceptably then undertaking Due Diligence?


    I agree. Also, DD costs a lot as the firm needs advisors in some fields at least. Sometimes, an acquiring company has to go back if any red flag is found.


    In the intricate landscape of mergers and acquisitions, the due diligence process is both exhaustive and time-consuming, demanding meticulous scrutiny. For companies, especially those in a specialized field like a CPA firm, the emphasis on rigorous examination of potential investments and a deep understanding of a business’s true value is paramount. Neglecting this critical step could result in the unnecessary depletion of valuable assets and the inefficient allocation of precious time, underscoring the indispensable role that meticulous financial expertise, such as that provided by a CPA firm, plays in safeguarding a company’s strategic investments.

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