Analysis of the company’s economic and financial activities

•    Analysis of the company’s economic and financial activities:

  • analysis of the company’s operating activity and property state,
  • assessment of the operating activity management efficiency,
  • assessment of the internal controls, identification of weaknesses and providing recommendations as to improvements, allowing to prevent fraud and to increase the confidence level to the information submitted to the top management,
  • forecasting performances taking into account current trends,
  • analysis of risks pertaining to economic and financial activities.

•    Due Diligence, including:

  • General Due Diligence is recommended in case when the client desires to check all the aspects of the company’s activities including legal issues, financial position, taxation, management quality, commercial activity, company’s position in the market.
  • Financial Due Diligence enables to assess the financial position of the company, verify its assets and liabilities in terms of their quality and reasonable estimation (including unregistered liabilities and assets with overstated value which can significantly worsen the financial position in future).
  • Tax Due Diligence – taxation issues is always the part of the program of Financial Due Diligence. However, if the client desires to obtain detailed information on tax risks, they become a subject of a separate review.
  • Legal Due Diligence is held if the client is interested only in legal aspects of the company, e.g., privatization legality, registration of licenses and contracts, conformity with labour legislation, etc.
  • Operational Due Diligence means the review of operating activities of the Company, including availability of opportunities for increase in output, taking into account market capacity, product quality assessment, new developments review.