Cendrowski Corporate Advisors provides due diligence services to banks, private equity funds, private firms, public companies, and non-profit organizations. Our senior team has experience in performing due diligence services and handling complex investigations that cover a wide range of specialties. Our operational approach goes beyond traditional due diligence procedures to assess the organization’s ability to meet projected earnings and operational targets.
We prepare Quality of Earnings Analysis of the target organization and apply our in depth forensic and operational backgrounds to our analytical model. We go beyond the traditional financial calculation approach to understand a target’s investment potential.
Our services provide clients a laser-focused view of a target’s operations. We scrutinize the target’s internal control structures, facility operations, manufacturing sites, executive teams, and financial reporting practices. This holistic view of the target naturally complements your acquisition team’s strategic and financial savvy, making certain only the best candidates garner serious attention.
Members of our senior team have served as operating managers in diverse industries. They are highly qualified in internal control evaluation, accounting standards, and financial analysis. Their expertise in each of these areas allows us to offer a different perspective to our due diligence clients.
We assess the organization’s cyber risk profile, including the ability of the organization to detect and respond to cyber incidents. Additionally, we can help the fund develop ongoing monitoring procedures to help ensure their investment in the portfolio company is protected from cyber risk.
Example Engagement: International Due Diligence
A large U.S. manufacturing firm engaged CCA to conduct a due diligence investigation of two foreign individuals living in New York City who were interested in making a substantial investment in one of the firm’s overseas subsidiaries. The investigation delved into the finances, political exposure, personal relationships and business practices of all parties related to the potential investors and the subsidiary company. The CCA team’s scrutiny brought to light numerous red flags, including potentially incriminating political ties to foreign governments and connections to a possible terrorist group.