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Treasury due diligence is critical to achieving a clear understanding of both your own treasury environment and that of your merger and acquisition (M&A) targets.

Whether your business is contemplating or has already announced a transaction, the treasury team needs to carefully review and evaluate all treasury-related details on both sides of the deal. Other groups within your company may have already engaged in, or even completed, a due diligence process; however, that process didn’t necessarily incorporate the details required to determine how the organization’s bank accounts and cash flows should be structured once the transaction closes.

Therefore, it’s important for treasury to proactively and independently plan and strategize the integration. Ensuring that all cash management environments affected by the deal are prepared for success on day-one after the close will help mitigate many potentially critical problems, such as delays in payments to staff or vendors, or not being set up to receive payments in all locales in which the combined company does business.

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