Due Diligence Checklist for Buyers
When conducting a due diligence investigation, it pays to take a very organized approach. That way, you'll stay focused on the most important issues and avoid becoming distracted by less-significant factors. Sticking to a methodical approach can also reduce the risk of “falling in love” with the acquisition or merger target and then making a bad decision that causes financial heartache later on. Keep reading to see our checklist that briefly summarizes some of the steps a buyer should take in a due diligence investigation to examine a target company's assets.