Due diligence and litigation support analysis help companies make an informed decision before making business decisions in such areas as IPO’s, major product/sales or corporate mergers/acquisitions, partnership deals, and other business contracts. It is an attempt to critically investigate all the information and provide business owners and corporate managers with detailed, reliable, and exhaustive information on proposed business deals, helping them to take a correct course of action. The eventual aim of this critical analysis is to help mitigate risk and to shield themselves from any unwanted surprises.

Why do businesses require due diligence investigations?

When you associate with any unethical business partners, it puts your company at risk of losing business opportunities, may harm your credibility, puts you at risk of legal penalties, and monetary loss. To protect your business in today’s fast-paced global environment, you need reliable, relevant information that helps to mitigate financial, legal, operational, and reputational risk. When it comes to choosing your business ally including contractors, suppliers, vendors, and other third-party associates, it is essential to perform due diligence.

Corruption, fraud, and even terrorism have made it almost mandatory for organizations to examine all the minute details with a comprehensive background check of all prospective partners before striking a business deal. Changing laws and newly-enforced regulations further raise the need for vetting business partners. Philippines due diligence investigations are a systematic study of potential partners to help validate all the necessary facts and collect comprehensive information for helping you reach a correct decision.

In the case of potential mergers and acquisitions, due diligence becomes a complex undertaking wherein financial statements, inventories, accounts receivables, pending litigation, tax benefits, employee benefits, and more, are carefully examined. Moreover, in this dynamic business area, it also becomes mandatory to examine environmental practice, competitors, key personnel in top management, intellectual property rights, and new products in the pipeline.

Also, entering into business contracts with foreign partners can put you at risk for non-compliance with the rules and regulations laid down by various enforcement agencies. If you have global dealings, you can face considerable fines and adverse repercussions that can compound the financial burden, in addition to the loss of business reputation.

With our help on Philippines due diligence investigations at OSI Philippines, you can secure your business operations and protect the interest of all parties concerned – regulators, shareholders, investors, employees, etc.

Contact us now for more details, or to discuss your particular needs.