POINT OF VIEW PAPER ON BEST-IN-CLASS DUE DILIGENCE

Everyone wants to strike the best deal for themselves. Economics, risk, reputation, flexibility and other factors all matter in run-off. But there are also shared interests in any given transaction, which invite more up-front collaboration. Often the difference in being “risk smart” to the benefit of all comes down to one of the more important steps in run-off: the due diligence process. Both seller and buyer must identify all the factors that will enable both parties to be creative in how they resolve issues, together. Here are what we see as the key considerations for best-in-class due diligence…

To learn more, download our point of view paper on What Does ‘Best-in-Class’ Due Diligence Look Like?.