Investigative Due Diligence (IVDD) is a must in any major transaction. It identifies “off-balance sheet risk” or other business risks that are not visible or obvious from financial or legal reviews. IVDD focuses on key people and the entities involved in a given transaction or joint venture, encompassing their background, reputation, track record and litigation history.
- Andrew Gerrard
- Forensic & Litigation Consulting
- Service Sheet
- Business Protection & Risk
- December, 2017