Due Diligence Report

Due diligence is a process of detailed investigation completed by a business or person prior to signing a contract or starting an ongoing business or employment relationship. The aim of due diligence is to identify any potential problems or unexpected liabilities. It is an investigation or audit of a potential investment or product to confirm all facts that might include the review of financial records. Due diligence refers to the research done before entering into an agreement or a financial transaction with another party.


Due diligence is a valuable and key risk management tool used for buyers and businesses alike. Thorough due diligence investigations allow buyers to make informed decisions and avoid surprises at the end of a transaction. Investors perform due diligence before buying a security from a company. Due diligence can also refer to the investigation a seller performs on a buyer that might include whether the buyer has adequate resources to complete the purchase.


SFCS coupled a good number of professional and technical expertise along with extensive industry knowledge to prepare any due diligence report as of client need for the purpose of business expansion, acquire new business, buying new business, selling of shares, before going to the public market and other various purpose.