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What does Due-diligence mean?

The voluntary investigation that a business is supposed to undertake before it enters an agreement/contract with another party is known as Due-diligence.

Documents required for the process:

  • Proof of the existence of the business
  • Financial & bank Statements
  • Documents regarding tax returns, registration, and certificates
  • Statutory Registers
  • Property and application documents
  • Utility Bills
  • Employee Records

What is the process of registration?

  • Terms of engagement are decided between the parties and a non-disclosure agreement is signed
  • Operational data and information about the business is gathered and documented
  • Financial statements are gathered and documented
  • Legal and regulatory data is gathered and documented
  • Results of the business’ Due-diligence is shared with the buyer and/or seller

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are covered financial institutions required to use the beneficial ownership Certification Form?