Due Diligence Review

Ensuring that the acquisition or disposal of a business is completed successfully and at the right price is often a crucial component of an organisation’s development.

At Mazars, we can work with you on all aspects of due diligence and post deal transformation. We help to ensure that when you commit to a deal in Thailand, you are doing so on a fully informed basis, thereby minimising the risk of future surprises.

We do not believe in a ‘one size fits all’ approach to due diligence. We believe that it is essential to understand the strategic objectives of your transaction and the unique characteristics of your organization. This allows us to tailor our approach to address the key factors and risks associated with your deal and to report on the issues that matter, providing you with the assurance you need to make the right investment decision.

Our transaction services teams have advised on a multitude of corporate and financial transactions for clients and institutions in Thailand and internationally. The Mazars integrated international structure and our experienced and expert teams ensure that our clients are fully equipped with the advice they need to make their deals a success.

There are three principal components to our due diligence service offering:

  • Financial Due Diligence
  • Tax Due Diligence
  • Legal Due Diligence

Financial Due Diligence

Understanding an organisation’s historical financial performance, on and off balance sheet assets and liabilities, and key assumptions underpinning projected performance is crucial to assessing the viability of a transaction and will ultimately influence the price you are willing to pay.

Tax Due Diligence

Understanding the company’s historical tax compliance and tax structure is crucial to assessing the viability of the transaction and the structure of the acquisition.

Legal Due Diligence

In the course of our Legal Due Diligence, we analyse the legal aspects of the company and its business. Typically we will cover the ownership structure of the target company and the ownership of its assets as well as compliance with company secretarial requirements in Thailand. Key issues to be considered include compliance with the Foreign Business Act, pending court cases and claims and Work Permit arrangements.

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