Mergers & Acquisitions Due Diligence

Be confident that your next deal is a good deal.

Major deals require major analysis.

Deciding whether to buy or sell a business is intimidating. A good deal could help you achieve growth objectives. On the other hand, a misstep could have lasting negative consequences.

You deserve to pursue your next deal with comprehensive financial data in hand. That way, you can make your decision with confidence.

At Coker James, we perform due diligence reviews that reveal how an organization structures its finances and operations. That way, you won’t have to hope a prospective deal makes good business sense.

Due diligence takes the uncertainty out of mergers and acquisitions

  • Determine whether the deal makes sense
  • Find hidden assets and liabilities
  • Develop well informed outcome assumptions
  • Identify previously unknown risks
  • Access historical financial information
  • Gain insights that ensure a complete and orderly handover

Know whether a deal can be successful – or not.

Assurance is everything. While no one can predict the future with absolute certainty, financial due diligence gives you a clear picture of what to expect.

Ensure a smooth transition.

For buyers, our team mitigates transition issues through post-acquisition integration assistance. For sellers, we ensure the greatest after-tax value of your divestiture.


Comprehensive M&A due diligence includes these services

  • Analysis of corporate financial data
  • Financial trend identification
  • Allowance, reserve, and hidden asset/liability analysis
  • Assistance with performance and financial results projections
  • Timely and accurate assessment of all acquisition or divestiture parameters
  • On-site interviews with the existing management team
  • Identification of key employees, processes, and financial records
  • Creation of pre-close to-do lists
  • Review of the integrity of representations or warranties
  • Post-sale consulting to ensure a smooth transition for buyers and sellers

Determine whether your impending deal makes good business sense.