1. What is a Acquisition Due Diligence Questionnaire?
A due diligence questionnaire (often dubbed a “DDQ”) is a list of frequently asked questions during a M&A transaction or investing. These questions are broken down into categories and work to provide key information to the buyer.
2. Why is it important?
a. The buy-side needs to have a comprehensive understanding of the target. Foundational company questions.
b. Using a due diligence questionnaire can allow the acquirer to get a jump on the lengthy due diligence process by anticipating the information.
c. It also provides a way to measure the length and cost of integration, as well as potential revenue.
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