What is the size of acquisition to outsource DD to a third party?

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    Is it determined by the size of target or acquiring companies?

    Ahmed Alhishwan

    The decision to outsource due diligence (DD) to a third party often depends on the complexity and size of the acquisition rather than a specific dollar amount. However, for acquisitions typically valued above $50 million to $100 million, organizations often consider outsourcing DD to specialized firms. This ensures thoroughness and expertise, mitigating risks and ensuring a comprehensive assessment. Smaller deals might also benefit from third-party DD if they involve significant complexities or unfamiliar markets.

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