due diligence


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asianmukainen huolellisuus

due diligence

n (Jur, Comm)
(also due diligence analysis)Due Diligence f
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No doubt, with due diligence, we can secure some other specimen."
The different spaces within life sciences, including pharmaceuticals, medical technology, and artificial intelligence, have their own unique due diligence standards and considerations.
Typically, due diligence is undertaken to assist a potential buyer in determining whether it is worth investing in a particular business.
The results of due diligence can sometimes change the pricing set out in the letter of intent (LOI).
But the state-run bank is claiming the carmaker's Detroit headquarters is calling for a limited range of disclosures in the due diligence.
Due diligence must be proactive as well and start with the Needs Assessment.
"We expect the technical due diligence to be completed by end January," Timothy Batan, officer-in-charge undersecretary for railways at the DOTr said in a press conference.He said MPIC would need to complete the technical due diligence before DOTr could endorse the proposal to NEDA.
(NYSE: LTS), a diversified financial services company, has said that it has launched its new enterprise-wide due diligence platform.
Castle Hall, the Due Diligence company, has been recognized as the Best Global Operational Due Diligence firm for the fourth consecutive year in the Wealth and Finance International Alternative Investment Awards, the company said.
"His experience and expertise in performing due diligence on managers is second to none and having him be part of the faculty of the IMDDA is real feather in the organizations cap!"