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Acquisitions – How and What to Look for During Due Diligence
May 28, 2019 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
On Tuesday, May 28, Leech Tishman Partner Forrest T. Passerin will be presenting about corporate due diligence in acquisition transactions, in a webinar hosted by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) titled, “Acquisitions – How and What to Look for During Due Diligence.”
To learn more or to register, please click here: https://www.acec.org/calendar/calendar-webinars/acquisitions-how-and-what-to-look-for-during-due-diligence/
About This Event
Performing due diligence is a critically important piece of purchasing another business. Many business owners get caught up in the exuberance of business expansion through acquisition and end up limiting their examination of their target to the target’s financial aspects and condition ignoring other necessary areas of inquiry in which landmines may exist. This is particularly true in private transactions involving non-publicly traded companies where the much, if not all, of a target company’s information, is not in the public domain, as compared to a public traded company whose material information must, more often than not, be disclosed in publicly available government and other filings.
This presentation is intended to familiarize you with the due diligence process, what general areas to focus on and generally how to organize and go about performing this critical function. By implementing an effective and organized due diligence process, you will put yourself in a position to analyze the critical factors to determine whether or not the acquisition you are considering will be a successful business combination and help you avoid unnecessary surprises after the acquisition is complete.
- Understanding what due diligence is and why it is important
- What to look for when conducting due diligence and how to perform effective due diligence
- How does due diligence fit into negotiating a purchase agreement
- May 28, 2019
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
- Live Webinar