Andersen Egypt’s Transaction Services team offers thorough diligence advice for all transaction types to corporate and private equity clients. Our team also offers deal structuring advice and sell-side services.
Buy-Side Financial Due Diligence:
Gain a deep understanding of the financial dynamics and business assumptions before negotiating a deal. Our TS team assists potential buyers in assessing funding requirements, financial projections, and other crucial financial matters for the sale and purchase agreement. Benefit from detailed analysis of business performance drivers, earnings quality, cash flows, working capital, and net debt.
Vendor Financial Due Diligence:
Initiated by the seller, vendor financial due diligence provides an independent and comprehensive review of financial information for potential buyers. At Andersen Egypt, our TS team works closely with clients’ management to generate a central set of financial information and address concerns relevant to potential buyers. We help sellers maintain control of the transaction and develop a virtual data room (VDR) to facilitate the deal process. Identify potential issues and ensure transparency for future deal success.
Maximize the value of a deal through critical assessment of business plans, identifying operational efficiencies, cost reduction opportunities, and synergies. Our experienced team analyzes the operational capability of the target business, tests the impact of cost reduction and restructuring plans, identifies synergies, and assesses potential operational risks.
After a transaction, the Andersen team provides post-merger integration, operations improvement, and carve-out services to deliver and track benefits while mitigating identified risk issues. We assist both private equity firms and corporates in optimizing the outcomes of a transaction.
Following a transaction, the Andersen team can provide post-merger integration, operations improvement, and carve-out services to private equity firms and corporates in order to deliver and track benefits arising from a transaction as well as mitigate identified risk issues.