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.
REP 484 Due diligence practices in initial public offerings (REP 484) includes this and other findings and provides ASIC's recommendations for good practice due diligence for issuers and directors.
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
Debt due diligence is designed for lenders and offers little protection for equity investors.
For those of us in the IT industry, the debate about third-party due diligence ended two years ago when the Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutors and members of the Securities and Exchange Commission staff publicly pronounced that the use of channel partners was the biggest risk to IT companies, "bar none.
With due diligence, companies seek to identify and select those projects and programmes that will deliver real value to the organisation; they use due diligence as a condition sine qua non.
Due diligence often occurs after the buyer and seller have agreed upon price and payment terms.
In the tax context, the due diligence process would extend to all third parties involved in tax controversy and discretionary tax issues, including lawyers, accountants, and other tax advisers; similarly, any third parties engaged to assist in customs clearance and compliance, including customs brokers, freight forwarders, lawyers, and accountants, should be properly vetted.
In particular, the disclosure and due diligence processes associated with Rule 144A offerings may be novel for these kinds of issuers.