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Due Diligence on Deals
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Through the process of expanding your business, due diligence becomes a larger part of the everyday work of a firm. The new Deals Due Diligence module centralizes this effort for you, our clients. This will help streamline your effort to collect your emails, surveys, and meeting notes that are required for your due diligence processes. Using the new Due Diligence tools, you can memorialize your process, protocols, and notes, all in one place, creating greater collaboration in the due diligence process. We have related the Due Diligence table to:

  • Investments
  • Companies
  • Investment Opportunities.


Due Diligence comes as two parts, individual rows, or records, to memorialize when due diligence efforts are conducted, and as a Due Diligence tab that can be seen on each row (record) of an Investment, Company, and Investment Opportunity on Deals. The Due Diligence rows allow you to track basic details about each opened due diligence effort, with the important details to be recorded on the underlying table. So as you complete your annual due diligence on a Company, you can update the important details on the Company row, while recording your due diligence efforts on a due diligence row (record).

Due Diligence

The information that is included on the Due Diligence Table:

Due Diligence Type

  • Due Diligence Status
  • Company, Investment Opportunity, or Investment, based on where due diligence was created


  • Frequency Type
  • Start
  • End
  • Notes

Activities Plus

Important Information

New Due Diligence Fields



New Columns Column Type
Active litigation files Two Options
Any consent decrees, inxns, judgments, settlements Two Options
Loan, bank finance agreement or lines of credit Two Options
Past or present gov investigation Two Options
Pending or threatened litigation Two Options
Settled or concluded litigation Two Options
Copies of attorneys' letters to auditors? Two Options
Copies of attorneys' response to audit inquiries Two Options
Copies of any contracts Two Options
Copy of guarantees to which the Co is a party Two Options
Licensing or franchise agreements Two Options


Wealth Management

New Columns Column Type
Lifes Insurance For Holders Two Options
Multiplier ? (4x 5x 10x) Memo
Fund Types Memo
Meeting With Heirs? Two Options
AVG Age of Accounts (Years) Decimal Number
Existing Broker Fees Memo
Employee Tenure Memo
Capital Structure Memo
Number of Active Client Accounts Whole Number
Strategic fit within the buyer org Assmnt Two Options
List of value drivers for the acquisition Two Options
Audited statements for the last 3 years Two Options



New Columns Column Type
Any doc relating to any regulatory agency Two Options
Material reports to gov entities and agencies Two Options
Compliance policy and written standards Two Options
Copies of gov licenses, permits or consents Two Options
Potential antitrust issues review Two Options
Zero Dollar Account Report Two Options


Direct Investment



New Columns Column Type
A list of assets and liabilities. Two Options
A list of collateral for debt. Two Options
A list of non-operational expenses Two Options
A list of outstanding debt Two Options
A list of the company's internal controls Two Options
Analysis of gross margins Two Options
Breakdown of sales and gross profits Two Options
List of Patents Two Options
Planned projection vs. actual sales chart Two Options
Projections, capital budgets, and strategic plans Two Options


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