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Due Diligence and the Business Transaction: Getting a Deal Done by Jeffrey W. Berkman

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Tailoring Due Diligence to the Transaction

The purpose of the due diligence investigation is to gather the requisite ­information before the investor, purchaser, lender, entrepreneur, or potential business partner moves forward with the business transaction. Chapter 2 explained that the party conducting the review—for example, a purchaser, investor, joint venture participant, licensee, or professional advisor (lawyer, accountant, technology consultant)—seeks to verify facts and projections about the business cornerstones: the company, its business operations, the valuation given the proposed transaction, and the personnel that may be essential ...

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