Due Diligence Services

FINANCIAL DUE DILIGENCE
The process of financial due diligence is a critical assessment of a company’s financial health in which its historical and current financial performances are scrutinized. The goal is to establish future financial forecasts with regard to any and all potential risks.In financial due diligence, we would examine the preparation of financial statements, assets, debts, cashflow and projections that constitutes an important part of the review to discover any hidden liabilities and help gain a deeper understanding of the business trend of the company.
LEGAL DUE DILIGENCE
Legal due diligence is a pre-requisite for any merger or acquisition and is an exercise in risk assessment to confirm if the target firm has any liabilities that could affect the successful completion of the merger or acquisition.In legal due diligence we would examine of all material contracts, including partnerships, licensing agreements, guarantees, and loan agreements.
OPERATIONAL DUE DILIGENCE

The due diligence process covers an organization’s main operations and its operational capabilities and processes.

Our goal of operational due diligence is to identify both the strengths and weaknesses of the company’s operations.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY DUE DILIGENCE
Intangible assets such as intellectual property contribute to a company’s overall value and can set it apart from its competition. As such, it is crucial that a company’s intellectual property assets are thoroughly assessed during due diligence.When performing due diligence, a company’s intellectual property such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, and brand is evaluated in order to assess how well they are protected.
ENVIRONMENTAL DUE DILIGENCE
Companies should demonstrate compliance with environmental regulations since non-compliance may result in heavy penalties and even operation shutdowns if the risk of non-compliance is high.In order for companies to ensure that all regulations are followed, environmental due diligence involves monitoring all environmental permits, licenses, and disposal methods.
ADMINISTRATIVE DUE DILIGENCE

Administrative Due Diligence refers to the process of verifying information and ensuring compliance with administration-related items such as facilities, occupancy rate, number of workstations, etc.

List of all business locations:

  • The company holds or leases properties, retains employees, or runs a business.
  • The occupancy rate and number of workstations are pertinent details.
ASSET DUE DILIGENCE
Reports on fixed assets and their locations usually include a detailed schedule and physical verification of the assets. In this category are lease agreements for equipment, deeds to real estate, title policies, and use permits.
MCA DUE DILIGENCE

As part of MCA due diligence, you need to review the master details of all companies and LLPs registered with the Registrar of Companies.

Due diligence also includes:

  • Director Details
  • Company Details
  • Partner Details
  • Public Documents
IMPORT – EXPORT DUE DILIGENCE
This type of due diligence helps to determine whether a company maintains a policy for complying with import/export requirements and to check the company’s valuation in terms of exported and imported products.
RIGHT TO INFORMATION DUE DILIGENCE
The Right to Information is an act of the Parliament of India which gives people the right to hold the government and organizations substantially funded by the government accountable. It also gives right to inspect any Government documents and seek certified photocopies thereof.RTI due diligence helps to gather information about the company’s engagement with different ministries of the government.