Major or complex financial transactions require specialized due diligence to reveal serious issues which can impact the deal outcome. Most due diligence occurs before, during or after Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) deals. This may include looking at deal size, successor liability issues, and whether the deal may even be financially feasible.
Alternatively, more information about a deal may allow for improved opportunities and can afford your team options to secure a competitive advantage.
Infortal investigates multiple areas of deal vulnerability, business and executive team reputation, previous affiliations. We assess potential risk exposures in M&A deals to gain a clear understanding of the beneficial ownership and relationship between executive teams and, in some cases, other business entities.
Corporate taxes and registration
Directors & Shareholders
Parent companies & subsidiaries
Key Executive Team
Government and political affiliations
Global KYC AML watchlists
Property and asset ownership
Site visit confirmation
Deep, dark & historical web search
Social media search
Open source intelligence research (OSINT)
Infortal’s global network of affiliates provide your legal, finance and accounting teams with key intelligence with which to more effectively evaluate a deal and to determine whether further assessment, restructuring or renegotiation of terms may be desirable.