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DUE DILIGENCE INVESTIGATION
A due diligence investigation is the examination of a company’s management, finances, performance, mission, history, aims, clients, and anything else that details how a business functions. It is vital to conduct a due diligence investigation before a merger, company purchase, or acquisition because it reveals hidden liabilities.
The management team at Tacit Investigations has decades of combined former law enforcement, military and investigative experience augmenting our wide suite of services making our firm one of the most comprehensive in the industry. Our team has established extremely close working relationships and strategic partnerships which can be used to provide the pertinent, detailed insight into the parties involved in your business matters, delivering the due diligence that you can rely on in making confident and informed business decisions.
Tacit Investigations has established and maintains accounts with all major data aggregators, public records sources and additionally maintains a large network of strategic partnerships to seamlessly obtain the information you need. Due Diligence investigations can be completed both domestically and internationally in days or weeks, depending on the subject’s location. Our reports are clear, concise and allow the client to understand and anticipate risks, enhancing negotiating strategy, and to satisfy regulatory requirements. Using meticulous methods our Cyber Intelligence Sourcing is targeted and comprehensive.
At Tacit Investigations we deal with the following types of Due Diligence:
Legal: This aspect deals with the intellectual property of the company in question. It involves contract, loans, property, employment, and pending litigations.
Financial: Financial due diligence verifies a company’s finances. It looks at things like earnings, assets, liabilities, cash flow, debt, and management.
Commercial: Commercial due diligence brings into consideration the current market. This includes conversations with customers, competitor assessment, and any business plans in place.
Other: External types of due diligence include taxation, pensions, human resources, and IT systems.