Identifying the associated risks and opportunities of a target company is critical to a successful transaction. Riveron helps strategic and financial investors through a comprehensive analysis of the financial and operational landscape.
Throughout the transaction lifecycle, Riveron’s senior-level advisors take a hands-on approach to assessing all potential challenges and value drivers related to a target company. We evaluate the quality of historical earnings and working capital underlying a deal’s critical valuation metrics and assess its corporate governance and financial reporting environment. Riveron is not restricted with the regulatory conflicts facing public accounting firms, enabling our teams to take a deeper dive into the transaction process alongside our clients.
Our transaction services sub-offerings include:
- Tax diligence and structuring
- Operational due diligence
- IT diligence
- Quality of earnings analysis
- Normalized EBITDA adjustments
- Working capital analysis
- Purchase agreement review
- Data analytics
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