When a merger and acquisition process is happening, the acquiring team’s first goal is to assess and understand the value of the acquired company. This is achieved by a full and thorough investigation of the company’s financials, technology, litigations, sales, and all other relevant pieces of information. This investigation procedure is the due diligence process. Due diligence is done to ensure that the acquiring team knows everything there is to know before signing the contract.
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