Bringing our experience in transformational change to your operational due diligence process can set you up for success
Whether you’re embarking on a private equity deal or undertaking other M&A activity, each acquisition marks the start of a journey. But the road ahead can be uncertain. Reducing the number of ‘unknowns’ pre-transaction can make the difference between success and failure.
The Berkeley Partnership’s operational due diligence consulting services can help. We can provide a rapid assessment to help you identify the operational barriers to growth and the implementation challenges you may face in driving performance improvement and value creation. Working alongside your own due diligence process, we can give you the confidence that your post-transaction plans are well-grounded and reflect the operational reality of the target company.
This was a complex and multi-faceted piece of work for which there was very limited time to understand, analyse, and develop the findings and recommendations. Berkeley worked exceptionally well with the team quickly gaining an understanding and trust which lead to a very open and honest relationship.”
A supply chain and logistics sector client
We have conducted over 20 operational due diligence engagements across multiple industries.
We developed an organisation blueprint to regionalise a business that ran an inefficient service and spares operation.
We developed a comprehensive separation plan covering people, IT and premises as a mortgage brokerage and financial advisory business transferred to new ownership from their holding company.
We developed comprehensive proposals for an environmental consultancy to address their operational barriers to growth.
How do we assess our needs quickly through operational due diligence?
Is our due diligence process fit for purpose?
Is our due diligence strategy right for our acquisition?
How can operational due diligence help us achieve value?
Can operational due diligence help us to identify growth opportunities?
How can we use operational due diligence to identify where change is needed?