KPMG prepares sell-side due diligence reports about our clients to satisfy their selected bidders' need for information and independent evaluation.
Independent sell-side due diligence report satisfy bidders' need for information.
Sell-side transaction services
Sell-side (vendor initiated) due diligence (financial, tax and legal) procedures are initiated by seller as part of the disposal process of their subsidiary or business segment(s). The result of such due diligence procedures, the vendor due diligence report, is submitted by KPMG to selected bidders to satisfy their need for information and independent evaluation. Vendor due diligence (“VDD”) services may accelerate the disposal process, and can conserve valuable management time. There is also an opportunity to identify separation/disposal issues beyond the basic financial due diligence tasks. Moreover, sellers are aware of key risks and issues upfront which enables them to take mitigating steps and be better prepared when/if these issues are raised by bidders.
Evaluation of sell-side options comprises:
Benefits of a sell-side due diligence may include:
Capital markets – Regulatory reporting
This service relates to the capital markets, public offerings, raising debt or equity, and includes preparation of regulatory reporting in accordance with local stock exchange or other relevant authorities’ guidance/ requirements.