Acquiring a new company? ‘Buyer beware’ and adopt due diligence

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In other words, you could acquire a business or company and then discover it is not what you thought it was. So, how do you protect yourself? By conducting a due diligence enquiry, you should be able to obtain sufficient information about the target business to enable you to decide whether the proposed acquisition represents a sound commercial investment. Here are our top tips: Selection and management of your acquisition team When acquiring a business, you will need to call on the services of legal, commercial and financial advisers, as well as your own personnel. The key to a successful

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