Due diligence is the process used to make the best possible, well-informed decisions in any situation. It is an investigative process, utilizing a standard of care, to create a comprehensive picture of the situation to empower better decision making.
This course is an overview of the issues involved with understanding the concept of due diligence, conducting due diligence in the day-to-day work stream, and the importance of having a good due diligence program in place for organizations.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Define due diligence
- Recognize the need/requirement for due diligence
- Assess the risks related to having a poor due diligence program
- Identify the areas of your organization involved with the due diligence process
- Identify the tools needed to develop a good due diligence program for your organization
Suggested Prerequisites: None
Program Level: Foundational
Advance Preparation: None
Computers and Financial Calculators: N/A
Recommended CPE Credits: 7