Sustainability Due Diligence Services

Sustainability Due Diligence services are commonly used to support decision-making during M&A processes.

This could interest both acquirers wishing to receive reliable information on existing risks and potential obligations and seller’s by highlighting areas where preventive measures can be designed which could mitigate existing risks which affect valuations.

Mazars provide Sustainability Due Diligence services covering Environmental, Social and Governance aspects. These are tailored to the needs and circumstances of each assignment.

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