I'm a bit stuck on how I would structure this interview question.
I understand the purpose for lawyers - to investigate the potential purchase from the target and decide on a price.
But I'm not sure what would be included - would financing options go under here? So debt or equity. And things like whether it's an asset or sale purchase, is that relevant to be included in the report? Or is it just statements by the seller about their company?
Or is it simply like:
Real estate- does the seller have title etc.
Competition - will this create a dominant position (if this is even relevant)
Intellectual property: How will rights be transferred
Litigation: What is outstanding
Any help would be really useful on this, I think I have got myself a bit confused!
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What would you include in a due diligence report? Interview question watch
- Thread Starter
- 26-01-2015 18:27
- 26-01-2015 23:07
Are the owners/directors serial bankrupts?