diligence

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İngilizce - Türkçe
Özenle ve sebat ederek çalışma
(Ticaret) dilijans
ihtimam
çalışkanlık

Çalışkanlık çoğunlukla başarıya yol açar. - Diligence often leads to success.

Çalışkanlık başarının yoludur. - Diligence is the way to success.

gayret

Söylemeye gerek yok, gayret mutluluğa götüren bir anahtardır. - Needless to say, diligence is a key to happiness.

dikkat
{i} çaba
{i} atlı posta arabası
{i} hamaratlık
{i} önlem
tedbir
due diligence
Durum tespiti, değerlendirme çalışması
due diligence
(Kanun) Alınması gerekli önlemler
due diligence
Bir şirket ya da kurumun mevcut durum analizi
great diligence
büyük gayret
İngilizce - İngilizce
One of the seven contrary virtues, opposite the vice of sloth
conscientiousness or determination or perseverance when doing something
A public stage-coach. (19th century, now used only in reference to France or other European countries including Great Britain.)
careful and persevering effort to accomplish what is undertaken
{n} industry, activity, readiness, care
conscientiousness in paying proper attention to a task; giving the degree of care required in a given situation
to work hard, smart, and fast to the best of your ability
persevering determination to perform a task; "his diligence won him quick promotions"; "frugality and industry are still regarded as virtues"
Interested and persevering application; devoted and painstaking effort to accomplish what is undertaken; assiduity in service
a diligent effort; "it is a job requiring serious application"
Process by which persons, lands, or effects are seized for debt; process for enforcing the attendance of witnesses or the production of writings
– persevering application; the attention and care legally required of a person (as a party to a contract)
conscientiousness in paying proper attention to a task; giving the degree of care required in a given situation persevering determination to perform a task; "his diligence won him quick promotions"; "frugality and industry are still regarded as virtues
{i} perseverance, industriousness
1 legal proceedings involved in the enforcement of payments and the recovery of debts 2 A court warrant to enforce the attendance of witnesses or the production of documentation
Action taken towards the perfection of a conditional water right
A four-wheeled public stagecoach, used in France
The quality of being diligent; carefulness; careful attention; the opposite of negligence
diligence
conscientiousness in paying proper attention to a task; giving the degree of care required in a given situation
diligence
persevering determination to perform a task; "his diligence won him quick promotions"; "frugality and industry are still regarded as virtues"
diligence
application: a diligent effort; "it is a job requiring serious application"
diligence
1 legal proceedings involved in the enforcement of payments and the recovery of debts 2 A court warrant to enforce the attendance of witnesses or the production of documentation
diligence
– persevering application; the attention and care legally required of a person (as a party to a contract)
diligence
Action taken towards the perfection of a conditional water right
diligence
to work hard, smart, and fast to the best of your ability
due diligence
A legally binding process during which a potential buyer evaluates the assets and liabilities of a company
due diligence
research and analysis of a company or organization done in preparation for a business transaction (as a corporate merger or purchase of securities)
due diligence
(Kanun) Reasonable steps taken by a person in order to avoid committing an offence, especially in buying or selling something
due diligence
the care that a reasonable person exercises under the circumstances to avoid harm to other persons or their property
due diligence
Due diligence, in terms of environmental responsibilities, means taking reasonable care to minimise environmental harm A lack of due diligence leading to such harm may result in charges of negligence under the Environmental Offences and Penalties Act 1989
due diligence
The process of investigation, performed by investors or their representatives, into the details of a company and its activities, such as an examination of operations and management and the verification of market size and other material facts
due diligence
The effort necessary to bring an intent to appropriate into fruition by the actual application of water to the beneficial use intended Due diligence does not require unusual effort or expenditures, but only such constancy in the pursuit of the undertaking as is usual with those in like enterprises Actions which demonstrate a good faith intention to complete the undertaking within a reasonable time (Rice (1991))
due diligence
A process of inspection that a venture capital or other private equity firm carries out before closing on a deal Venture capitalists, for example, might review a company’s accounting practices and managerial structure
due diligence
the process of checking and verifying information contained in a statement (eg a prospectus) to be released to the public prior to the registration of that statement
due diligence
Evaluation of the environmental condition of a parcel of land, often as part of a real estate transaction This is required in order for a purchaser to qualify for federal liability protection as an innocent purchaser See also Environmental Assessment
due diligence
The process whereby an investor investigates the attractiveness of an opportunity, assesses the quality of the management team, and assesses the key risks associated with and opportunity Due diligence starts on initial inspection of an opportunity and ends when the investment is in the investee's bank
due diligence
A The reasonable investigation performed by the Underwriter and mandated by the SEC to protect the investing public who may fairly rely on an Underwriter's conduct B The reasonable investigation performed by the Acquirer prior to the purchase of a business
due diligence
This is the process of checking out a company for purposes of making an investment It involves a thorough check on the people, the technology, the market, and the business opportunity Think if it like doing some homework and investigating before jumping in It is a verification and audit type of process It can be very intense or very superficial, depending on the person interested in making the investment Some people are content to go on "gut feeling" whereas others may need to be totally convinced by other parties that a deal is worth investing in
due diligence
in the conventional sense, is an in-depth analysis of the financial and operational conditions of a company targeted for investment, merger, or acquisition It may be as detailed as an accounting audit, but it is much broader in scope because the operational condition and efficiency of the target's assets are investigated as well Due diligence is used to ascertain the economic values and results of operations and to express them in financial terms The objective is to find, to identify, and to estimate the impact of purchase price or investment conditions
due diligence
A legal term describing a thorough effort to intercept potential problems before they occur, such as preparing for Y2K or monitoring for fraudulent claims In IT, the process includes documented evidence that information systems are regularly assessed, updated and monitored for data integrity and security Due diligence will be intrinsically involved in the privacy and security regulations under HIPAA, via audit trails, user authentication and access controls
due diligence
Refers to the task of carefully confirming all critical assumptions and facts presented by a borrower This includes verifying sources of income, accuracy of financial statements, value of assets that will serve as collateral, the tax status of the borrower and any other material facts presented by the borrower
due diligence
A process undertaken by potential investors -- individuals or institutions -- to analyze and assess the desirability, value, and potential of an investment opportunity
due diligence
The analytical assessment of the merits, prices and overall potential of an investment opportunity with the main intent to provide financing The process a prospective investor will go through to decide if they will lend your company money Due Diligence is commonly performed prior to your company going public
due diligence
(1) Procedures performed by underwriters in connection with the issuance of a SECURITIES EXCHANGE COMMISSION (SEC) registration statement These procedures involve questions concerning the company and its business, products, competitive position, recent financial and other developments and prospects Also performed by others in connection with acquisitions and other transactions (2) Requirement found in ethical codes that the person governed by the ethical rules exercise professional care in conducting his or her activities Top of Page
due diligence
Exhaustive research on a transaction, income stream, client, and/or payor Due diligence may involve credit checks, appraisals, UCC searches, lien searches, or on-site visits with clients
due diligence
The analysis and appraisal of a business in preparation for a flotation or venture capital investment Investors have a right to expect that these investigations are carried out thoroughly
due diligence
The investigation and evaluation of a management team's characteristics, investment philosophy, and terms and conditions prior to committing capital to the fund
due diligence
As part of the process of taking a company public, the investment bankers and lawyers for the underwriters conduct an in-depth examination of the proposed IPO They speak with management about the company's prospects, strategy, competitors and financial statements Information that is material to the company's prospects must be disclosed in the prospectus
due diligence
A thorough investigation of a company that is preparing to go public, undertaken by the company's underwriter and accounting firm
due diligence
The careful investigation by the underwriters that is necessary to ensure that all material information pertinent to an issue has been disclosed to prospective investors
due diligence
A term that covers the process of discovery into the risks and value of a business that is to be purchased The usual application of the term is in confirming that the financial and record keeping aspects of the business are as represented Sometimes called the "book check " This process usually takes place after an offer has been made and accepted, but prior to closing But, more broadly speaking, it refers to the complete analysis of a business to assist a buyer in making decisions about the purchase Examples could be review of corporate records, agreements, financing arrangements, employment issues, insurance information and legal matters This term can also be applied to the seller evaluating the buyer If the payment is deferred or contingent, the seller should investigate the buyer's business reputation, financial strength, credit history and plans for the business
due diligence
The process of checking the accuracy of information contained in a company public statement, such as a prospectus, before recommending that company to others Is also the act of one company investigating another company before buying its shares
due diligence
precise and meticulous planning of all company activities and examining the implications of business decisions (Economics)
due diligence
Detailed investigations on the commercial and legal situation and plans of the company in which an investment is being considered The aim of due diligence is the early identification and avoidance of all potential risks which could influence the future business of the company
diligence