I'm a MSc student with experience from Big Four audit that just accepted an offer for a TS position at another Big Four firm and I've been looking around for readings (books, articles etc) that could provide a solid knowledge on how Financial Due Diligence is performed in a practical manner. Of course I know what the work is about in a broader sense but what I'm looking for is more detailed knowledge on the actual process.
I want to be as prepared as I could possibly be for this job in order to hit the ground running and was hoping that there are people here that may have some tips on if there's any "handbooks" of some sort out there.
Thank you in advance!
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