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Due Diligence

Counter Party Due Diligence - Companies today need to be agile and efficient to remain viable, and this calls for co-operation, collaboration, and delegation to achieve business goals, resulting in a complex network of business relationships that can be fraught with numerous risks. Whether seeking to invest in a promising enterprise, forming a joint venture with a new business partner, engaging with a new vendor, or taking on a large client, organizations need to conduct counterparty due diligence (‘CDD’) to ensure that these prospective business partners possess the requisite capabilities to fulfil their commitments. Additionally, organizations need to ascertain if these prospective new business partners have a history of poor performance, litigiousness, and fraud, or reputational issues such as political exposure or links to organized crime, which could adversely impact companies reputation.

Integrity Due Diligence – IDD is gathering independent information in order to gain an understanding of the integrity and corruption risks associated with a third party. The third party could be a distributor, representative, agent, supplier or any other member of the supply chain. The overall aim is to identify any unethical conduct such as corruption, PEP, financial terrorism, bribes. Having this knowledge enables businesses to make strategic financial decisions whilst protecting the company’s reputation.

Senior Management Due Diligence – Senior management due diligence is the process of appraising a company's senior management or when companies are hiring someone at a senior level, we help companies in evaluating each individual's effectiveness in contributing to the organization's strategic objectives and growth. Assessing Senior Management is crucial when closing business deals as it can make the difference between long-term success or sudden failure. It also helps organisations in understanding how the teams would perform in their roles in context with the company's future business plan. Senior management due diligence process can be identified as an informative tool for external stakeholders, and can also be referred to as Management Assessment as it addresses the team’s dynamics and highlight the risks.

Vendor Due Diligence - Selection of a prospective vendor with proper screening process is very important for organizations to keep their information and data protected from unauthorized disclosures. Vendor Due Diligence also helps companies to identify the risks or compliance violation that they could bring to the organisation. In order to meet these objectives, we provide an accurate and perfect Vendor due diligence and third-party suppliers ensuring the opportunities, issues, risks are clearly captured and the correct steps are taken before vendor is onboarded.

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