Products - Due Diligence

In a business and regulatory environment that can be less than transparent, foreign and even local entities operating in the region often find themselves in the position of forming partnerships from a position of weakness. Considerable financial and management resources should not be committed before thoroughly evaluating potential or existing partnerships to gain deeper insight into all possible risks. Whether your business partner is a private or listed company, a government entity or an entrepreneur, PSA Asia helps clients make strategic and informed decisions.

Investigative Due Diligence

PSA Asia performs due diligence investigations for companies, their management and owners in advance of mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and partnership formation. This service gives special attention to the all important reputation data often found outside the reach of document searches or desktop research.

The earlier in a project PSA Asia's investigative due diligence services are employed, the more cost-effective the process becomes. Information uncovered often creates opportunities for our clients to negotiate deals on better terms and mitigate or legally insulate themselves from known risks. PSA Asia's investigative due diligence includes but is not limited to:

  • Corporate structure and management practices
  • Physical presence
  • Company history and background
  • Character evaluations and background checks of key managers and executives
  • Exaggerated assets or revenue
  • Reputation within industry and with associated entities
  • Hidden ownership issues
  • Level of political influence and connections
  • Concerns related to corruption and bribery
  • Compliance with environmental and social regulations

Transactional Due Diligence

Failed or compromised transactions can carry a very high cost. PSA Asia's transactional due diligence service offers our clients a focused approach to mitigating risks. PSA's full line of investigative techniques is selectively employed to identify potential "deal killers" within the context of specific transactions.

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