Webinar: You Sealed the Deal – Now What? Conducting Post-M&A Third Party Due Diligence

February 13, 2017

Your company has just closed an acquisition and is now integrating numerous suppliers, vendors, distribution channels, end user customers and other third parties into its ranks.  Where is the acquired company’s third party data, who owns it and is it reliable?  What kinds of due diligence has been run, when was it run and was it fit for purpose?  What do you need to do to make certain that your company’s interests are protected without major disruption of the acquired company’s business operations?

This webinar will cover the basics of preparing and executing a due diligence strategy for inherited third parties, as well as some best practices for successfully integrating them into your organisation.

Key takeaways include:

  • Questions to ask and data to collect before developing an acquisition third party due diligence strategy
  • How to develop an acquisition integration third party due diligence strategy that maps to your company’s requirements
  • Assessing third party transition for the acquired company
  • How to handle third party red flags inherited through the acquisition

Webinar recording available here:

 

Slide deck available here

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