standard due diligence

In the majority of cases, standard due diligence is the level of due diligence that will be used. These are generally situations where there is a potential risk but it is unlikely that these risks will be realised. 

Standard due diligence requires you to identify your customer as well as verify their identity. In addition, there is a requirement to gather information to enable you to understand the nature of the business relationship. This due diligence should provide you with confidence that that you know who your customer is and that your service or product is not being used as a tool to launder money or any other criminal activity. 

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Each business will need to make its own assessment as to what evidence is appropriate to verify the identity of its clients. That assessment will vary depending on the client type. In this section, a number of the considerations that will apply to different types of client and possible sources of information as to identity are outlined.

We help clients onboard and manage the risks associated with new customers and third parties and ensure that we offer the right level of screening and due diligence solutions based on the risks inherent in the opportunity – from screening against sanctions and government watch lists to assess the reputation through review of public records and local human intelligence and source inquiries.

We seek to add value to your business by ensuring that you obtain the maximum business insights from our experts, with their findings and tailored advice helping you improve your integrity profile.


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This is how we can help you

We give you the input for a successful transaction. With our due diligence support you can:

  • make a well-  founded choice whether or not to continue the sale / sale.  Because in addition to clear facts, we also give our opinion about the deal as a confidential advisor, based on your decision criteria.
  •  real, well-founded (resale) purchase price  , based on the actual value-determining factors of the business.
  • determine the  appropriate legal structure and conditions for the transaction  , based on insight into the risks and opportunities of the transaction.