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Types of due diligence

There are different types of due diligence with specific areas of focus. These range from traditional areas like tax, finance, and law to digital security, social and environmental responsibility. When contemplating a material transaction or business relationship, it is usually recommended to cover all or most of these aspects, as any significant risks that materialise can quickly have a negative impact on business and reduce any benefits. Types of due diligence include the following:

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Understanding due diligence and how it supports risk management

Vendor Risk Assessment and Vendor Due Diligence

Consequences of not conducting adequate Third-Party Due Diligence

Applying the right level of Due Diligence

Top Tips and Points for Attention

Conclusion – Why and When to conduct Vendor Due Diligence?