Financial Due Diligence

  • Structure analysis of assets and liabilities, revenue and costs, receivables and payables, bank debts;
  • Analysis of financial control and planning system;
  • Assessment of the integrity of the management information and quality of reporting;
  • Detection of unusual and uncharacteristic business transactions, analyses intercompany transfers and their impact on financial performance;

Tax Due Diligence

  • Tax Due Diligence is a particular form of due diligence chiefly concerned with the tax aspects of the business;
  • Assessment of the current tax burden, main tax liabilities on accounts and relationships with the tax authorities;
  • Compliance with tax laws and regulations is evaluated by amount and submission date – as well as risks related to social insurance and payroll taxes.