The due diligence process is all about mitigating investment risks.
By the end of a due diligence process, you should have a fair idea of whether the client or business you are thinking of dealing with, or acquiring, is worth you investing your time and, in the latter case, money. In this regard, a due diligence should be as comprehensive as possible.
Through its team of lawyers and consultants located in major cities across the world, INVEISS undertakes legal due diligence for its clients that are:
- entering into cross-border joint ventures or mergers and acquisitions (M&A);
- engaging new international franchisees, partners or investors;
- complying with regulatory requirements; and
- complying with Anti-Money Laundering (AML) requirements.
Why use INVEISS Legal Due Diligence?
Our due diligence specialists and legal advisors have a track record of conducting small and medium business due diligence in respect of potential acquisitions, licensees, staff and vendors, in key industries, in particular, trading, retail, online, information technology and professional services companies.
We are also able to assist buyers with investigative due diligence checks on vendors that are retained within the business post-acquisition as consultants or in some other capacity.
Our network of technical partners, including engineers, information technology consultants and so on, provide further expert guidance on all due diligence conducted by our due diligence specialists and legal advisors.
INVEISS Legal Due Diligence Checklist
A legal due diligence on a particular company or entity can comprise of the following risk reviews in respect of that company or entity including an inspection of its physical location and all records held by that company or public authorities:
- company law compliance and structure;
- business permits and/or approvals;
- employment and labour law compliance;
- environmental law approvals, permits and compliance;
- contractual rights and obligations;
- intellectual property rights and obligations;
- real property law compliance;
- securities and financing regulatory compliance;
- tax exposure risks;
- consumer protection law and exposure risks;
- international trade and export permits and/or licenses;
- previous and/or current litigation;
- media reports;
- external consultants and/or advisors;
Disclaimer: The above information provided by Inveiss Legal Pty Ltd is intended only as a guide. The impact of laws can vary widely based on the specific facts of each case. Further, given the changing nature of laws and the inherent speed of electronic communication, there may be inaccuracies in the above information. As such, this information is provided on the understanding that Inveiss Legal Pty Ltd is not rendering any legal advice or services. The information contained herein is not a substitute for qualified, independent legal advice and the same should be sort prior to engaging in any activity relating to the above subject-matter.
Although we have made every effort to ensure the information has been obtained from reliable sources, Inveiss Legal Pty Ltd is not responsible for any errors or omissions. In no event will Inveiss Legal Pty Ltd, or its directors, agents or employees, be liable for any decision made, or withheld, in reliance of the information contained herein.