Dernière modification le 15/07/2022 à 11:09 par Kate Griss
by Erwan COATNOAN DE KERDU
Intangible Capital Value
Your Due Diligence in Five Steps
Due Diligence has several objectives:
- verifying the veracity of the factual data in the business plan
- Evaluation of the credibility of the performance monitoring indicators proposed by the entrepreneur, or even the co-construction of these indicators;
- the evaluation of the valuation and the risk of the entrepreneurial project;
- the evaluation and quantification of the profitability of the investment for the investor himself. It should be noted that due diligence is often carried out with the help of external firms, whose fees are generally paid by the startup.
Due Diligence draws, reinforces… or can complicate the elements of the partnership agreement negotiations and the financial conditions of the investment.
Without digitalization, it takes an average of 60 hours of consulting per file, compared to twice that amount for investment funds. For foreign investors, the time required can be longer due to country-specific legislative verifications. This is the time spent by the investors, which means three or four times more for the startup’s teams, who often end up “out of pocket” at the end of this phase of the fundraising.
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The due diligence is a key and costly step for the company which allows to communicate, to exchange with an investment fund, to prepare the valuation of the immaterial capital.
Once the information is received, we will propose an action plan adapted to the company and the country.