DUE DILIGENCE MASTER CLASSDue Diligence Training Master Class
Students who complete this Master Class will receive the DDC (Due Diligence Certified) credential from the IDDO (International Due Diligence Organization) and will be well prepared to develop and run the Due Diligence department within their firm.
Breakfast, lunch, and snacks are included in your tuition.
Also Available: Due Diligence Introductory ClassDue Diligence Bootcamp
Due Diligence Master Class Outline
Ratios – traditional and non-traditional
Other places to find numbers
Creating numbers to analyze
Limitations of numbers and common oversights
Some Algorithms to play with
Look in and Out
Internal positions that are natural ally
Data collectors in a business
Ways to approach to gather information from other territories
Address our numbness to the familiar and stale information
Due Diligence in an Acquisition
Mergers and Acquisitions
Same old Stuff
New Stuff often overlooked
What is a must, Key Employees and Gold Collar Workers
Intangible Assets and OPSEC
Management Culture and how to assess
Archipelago not Islands – you are a team
Outside Experts Required and Desired
Human Resources and Compensation
Subject Matter Experts
Someone with a lot of shoe leather
Quick Case Studies and Questions, How do we get the answer?
The Big Cotton Investor
The New Plastics Company – Post Acquisition Due Diligence
Finger Print Company
At the end of day one case studies will be handed out to the participants. The participants will work to develop an approach the case as well as what resources they might need to get answers to the questions they have asked. The cases studies will be presented to the class in the morning.
Presentation of Case Studies
The case studies worked overnight will be shared by students with instructors and class
Due Diligence Failures
We learn mostly from failures – why this is a fact.
Notable failures and the errors made
Destructive testing in your organization
Writing and submitting the due diligence report
The report is fact based – period.
Citation of sources – all.
Concluding remarks and certificates handed out.