Due Diligence requires scientific expertise, a 360° vision of international compliance, but also a mastery of risk management related to products, production sites, employees and customers. EcoMundo accompanies you on these strategic segments to optimise and secure your transaction.
hether you are in a buying or selling position, due diligence is an essential phase in ensuring the security of your brand and the long-term success of the M&A transaction. EcoMundo accompanies you and represents the scientific guarantee of compliance with the regulatory framework related to the marketing of products in all the markets in which you are positioned worldwide.
EcoMundo offers its international expertise in due diligence with respect for deadlines and confidentiality.
Our objective : to make it easier for you to understand the issues surrounding the transaction and to enable you to anticipate and minimise the risks on both sides, so that the transaction is carried out under the best possible financial, legal and time conditions.
Our due diligence service includes:
Ensure the respect of deadlines and the reliability of transactions
Anticipate problems and deal with them proactively without impacting transaction times
Thanks to a transparent evaluation model, anticipate your level of exposure to different risks and identify opportunities for strategic development over the long term, as an investor, lender or buyer.
As a seller, you benefit from a more competitive sales process and optimise negotiation times. Due diligence protects your interests within the framework of asset-liability management commitments, integrating EHS and product compliance into the terms of the transaction.
Mergers and acquisitions, especially when acquiring a small or medium-sized company, increasingly raise the issue of due diligence outside the financial sphere, which has long been well understood. The actual cost, value or impact of safety, environmental and human health management and regulatory compliance are rarely assessed at the time of the transaction. Yet they can have a devastating impact on the real value of the company. Analysis in these areas can be difficult to perform:
Private Equity (PE) can impose unexpected responsibilities on companies in terms of EHS, sustainable development and protection of human health. The costs of regulatory compliance and the penalties to which the buyer may be exposed can ruin the interest of the transaction or even deal a fatal blow to its brand image.
For this reason, investors, private equity firms and companies are increasingly being asked to include evidence of sound management of environmental and health impacts and safety in the due diligence phase of mergers and acquisitions.
These issues are strongly addressed by regulatory compliance in the various markets in which the company operates. Ensuring that the manufacturing methods and products marketed comply with the various global regulations is essential to the financial success of the operation, so that they can continue to be manufactured, marketed and sold without interruption.
Due diligence is the guarantee of the value of the purchased company and its real assets.