Our firm provides Comprehensive Due Diligence investigations for Companies, Venture Capital/Private Equity Firms, Banks, Family Portfolio Managers, and Private Investors. You need to have accurate and timely information to make informed business decisions before you acquire or merge with a company, invest client monies in real estate, securities, or other investments. We also provide assistance in evaluating new franchise or business opportunities.
We also conduct extensive background due diligence on management and key technical personnel to identify any non reported legal or employment related problems. Our investigations are conducted within legal guidelines, and in an ethical and low profile manner. Our final reports provide all of the details you need to make an informed decision.
Due Diligence Investigations can disclose some of the following:
* Credit, Financial, and Banking Relationships
* Undisclosed or pending Criminal or Civil Litigation against Company and/or Management
* Misrepresentations, Non disclosures, or False statements
* Unlawful Personal Conduct or Unethical Corporate Conduct
* Questionable Associations and/or Relationships (Often identified using Cybervetting)
We also Investigate and Verify:
• Corporate Ownership
• SEC, NASD, OSHA, EPA, HHS, IRS, and other Govt. Actions
• Financial Reporting History (Public/Private Companies)
• Customers, Competition and Corporate Reputation
• Intellectual Property Rights and Brand Protection
This is just some of the information that is developed in the course of a comprehensive due diligence investigation. In addition we can help you reduce unknown liability by identifying problems that are far below surface level. This could include conflicts between key management, major customers departing, or potential whistle blower cases.
Due Diligence & Investigation
Venture Capital , Private Equity Firms, & Other Sources
Theft of Corporate Trade Secrets
These companies generally advertise venture capital and financing services in well know financial newspapers and magazines as to establish initial credibility. The may take the form of a venture capital or private equity company as to appear even more legitimate to the prospect. They seek advance fees for the financing, secure accounts receivable, as two examples.
In addition some of these questionable firms are actually foreign companies that are seeking to obtain specific trade secrets or technical data on your companies products. They often pose as large scale OEM's or customers. or some other form to gain unrestricted access to your facility and to gain other information. We can help identify and expose such companies, and prevent you from financial loss, theft of trade secrets, and other issues.
We can customize a due diligence investigation based upon your unique requirements. Our Final Reports are based upon up to date and verified information.