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due diligence

Research; analysis; your homework. This term has caught on in all industries, because it sounds so "wired." Who would want to do analysis or research when they can do due diligence. See wired.
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Across all these life sciences spaces, however, due diligence demands are growing.
Business Due Diligence: this involves reviewing the operational aspects of the target's business.
A big part of the due diligence for a share deal will be for the buyer to gain comfort that they are aware of the actual and potential liabilities being ac quired.
The KDB said in mid-February that Samil PricewaterhouseCoopers would start the due diligence of GM Korea by the end of February to finish by the end of April, but the inspection has yet to start as the both sides seem to have failed to narrow the gap in the disclosure of documents.
In the private sector, designated due diligence personnel (e.g., a team of financial, technical and/or legal experts) review and analyze all operative documents submitted by potential contract awardees.
"That's part of the scope of what we are doing and I think our own due diligence should be finished quite soon," he said.MPIC, through Metro Pacific Light Rail Corp.
In the newly created position, Gallison will be designated as vice president - due diligence officer and will be based in Atlanta, Georgia.
With a team of more than 50 professionals, Castle Hall deploys one of the industry's largest and most experienced due diligence teams.
Some types of due diligence are also very time-consuming, such as determining if the property is affected by federally protected wetlands or endangered species.
IVI also noted that as part of the new Freddie program, it has launched the first of its kind national combined services offering that includes both property appraisal together with environmental and physical due diligence.