Due Diligence Analysis
Most companies at some point may find it beneficial to interpret another party’s financial risk, a consideration that arises during due diligence. A common situation in which businesses may desire more information on credit risk is, for example, vendor due diligence or supplier due diligence. Evaluating their risk before taking them on as a partner can boost business safety by perhaps avoiding supply-chain interruptions. But how do you perform a due diligence analysis?
What types of companies should be evaluated and when?
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- Why due diligence is important in business relationships?
- When is due diligence necessary?
- What options do you have for assessing financial risk?