A recent CIL survey of investment banks found that the use of vendor commercial due diligence (VCDD) has increased significantly in the last ten years as vendors and buyers alike recognise its value in transaction processes.

European mid-market processes now use VCDD on more than 75% of occasions. Yet, the same survey shows adoption in the US lagging, with just 55% of respondents engaging VCDD in a process.

Join us on November 12th (12:00 CST / 18:00 GMT) to discuss our latest research. We will outline how the US market will adapt post-COVID and the key benefits VCDD brings to the sales process.

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VCDD: Improving process, predictability and price

 
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VCDD: Improving process, predictability and price

Speakers

Axel Leichum

Axel is a partner at CIL and leads its North American operations. He has over 20 years’ experience as a management consultant. He has a focus on supporting corporates and investors with business planning, market studies, pricing strategies and commercial due diligence.

Axel received his MBA from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and holds a BA in Economics with departmental honors from Northwestern University.

Rebecca Pigula

Rebecca is a principal in CIL’s US office. She has particular expertise in tech-enabled business services and life sciences. Rebecca most enjoys gaining insight into complex businesses and industries.

Prior to joining CIL in 2010, Rebecca worked for the European Commission. She was also a reporter for the EMAP publication, MEED Magazine, covering a range of topics including real estate, telecoms and middle eastern investment trends.

She has an MA in Modern and Medieval Languages from Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge.

 
Speakers

Axel Leichum

Axel is a partner at CIL and leads its North American operations. He has over 20 years’ experience as a management consultant. He has a focus on supporting corporates and investors with business planning, market studies, pricing strategies and commercial due diligence.

Axel received his MBA from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and holds a BA in Economics with departmental honors from Northwestern University.

Rebecca Pigula

Rebecca is a principal in CIL’s US office. She has particular expertise in tech-enabled business services and life sciences. Rebecca most enjoys gaining insight into complex businesses and industries.

Prior to joining CIL in 2010, Rebecca worked for the European Commission. She was also a reporter for the EMAP publication, MEED Magazine, covering a range of topics including real estate, telecoms and middle eastern investment trends.

She has an MA in Modern and Medieval Languages from Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge.