Corporate Service - Due Diligence
In business, surprises are not a good thing. Due diligence is the process of seeking any hidden obligations before entering into a contract with another person or company. A professional in-depth investigation ensures that you have the information you need regarding the benefits and risks of the transaction before making an important decision. If someone wants to merge or buy a company, it is important to complete a due diligence investigation beforehand. These investigations are to reveal the truth and minimize business risk while providing quality information to decision-makers.
Due diligence investigation deeply examines the history of a business, property, individual or other entity. An investigation can reveal any illegal or inappropriate activity that has been suppressed or a history of litigation in which the subject has been involved in the past. It can also provide detailed information about the entity’s finances, past performance, client history, reputation, and anything else that might be a liability. The results of our services can serve as a reflector in past jobs and behaviour which in turn can give you an insight into what you can expect in the future.
Private Detective Agency team specializes in in-depth investigations, has many years of experience, expertise, dedicated and legitimate performs in-depth research of in-depth analysis of potential risks. Our Know-How, Experience and Liability: 220 years of know-how and 80 years of combined investigative & intelligence management experience. We are globally operating, and we are authorized by the security department of the state. We were on the cases worth more than USD 33 billion collectively. We are licensed, discreet, experienced and insured up to CHF 10 million per Case and Client (Corporate Liability Insurance).
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