At its heart, the due diligence process is an opportunity for potential acquirers of an asset to analyse the information at hand about a target company so they can make an informed decision about the level of risk they are prepared to accept. Dealmakers APAC panellists offer their views on how they approach risk on strategic transactions.
‘Risk free’: oxymoron?
It’s often said there’s no such thing as a riskfree transaction. So once the risks attached to a deal are on the table, how do acquisition teams decide whether they are prepared to accept them? And, if they are prepared to accept certain risks, what strategies can they use to mitigate them?
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