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Better to spend on DD than to enter transactions that pose significant risks/have negative returns/complete mismatch in cultures. I would say to spend at least 6 months worth of salaries for full Due Diligence processes at least.
This is an excellent question. Our company is small and has acquired some other smaller companies in the last few years. We are now strongly and carefully combing through the financials which should have been done long ago, more thoroughly in the due diligence process. The budget aspect is something I am sure was never thought of. Thanks for posting.
Hi Joshua, very interesting question, I think you would have to look at your own M&A strategy. The lower the spend on the DD theoretically could equate to missed opportunities to fully understand the target organisation. Your budgets and resource provisions could depend on questions such as, will the target company be a long term investment, will it be “flipped” soon after purchase, is there a requirement for external companies to carry out your DD or is it carried out in house? Is there a Vender DD being carried out, to what detail will the buyer DD be? The risks have to be evaluated and fully understood.