Corporate Due Diligence

CORPORATE DUE DILIGENCE

The most important background work in any merger, purchase, financial deal, or real estate transaction is the due diligence process. The due diligence inquiry/investigation is something a buyer conducts to confirm the accuracy of the seller’s claims. A single deal can involve many disciplines of due diligence.

As part of its involvement in any worthy transaction, including small and large scale transactions, our agency offers an expert legal investigation team that examines all aspects of the potential relationship.

Reach out to one of our due diligence experts with any questions or to assign a due diligence inquiry/investigation.

SIC is our go-to business investigators but they really separate themselves with the quality and detail of the corporate due diligence product. The amount of information we received was more than enough to make an informed decision we were very comfotable with.

Conner L.

Client, Corporate Due Diligence

 DUE DILIGENCE PITFALLS

Companies that provide “background services” oftentimes only compile easily available Companies that provide “background services” often only compile readily available public data. SIC takes it a step further by providing actionable analysis with that information. Our corporate due diligence services will be tailored to fit all of your requirements.

Common due diligence applications:

  • Real Property Transactions – Commercial and Residential

  • Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)

  • Joint Ventures – Domestic and International

  • Subsidiaries/Agents/Brokers

  • Charitable Donations and Organizations

  • Ownership Interests

  • State-Owned Companies

  • Boards of Directors

  • Civil Litigation

  • Sanctions and Debarred Parties

  • Politically Exposed Persons (PEP)

  • Licensing and Certification

  • Navigating complex, global investigations

  • Expose Red Flags

International Intelligence

Our expert investigators can assist our clients globally. If your investigation requires foreign interests, you’ll need an expert who can navigate through local laws, languages, and customs, especially when case records are not available electronically. SIC uses its global network of resources to provide you with these added investigative capabilities.

SICs due diligence investigation methods are discreet and entirely confidential (unless reference checks are involved). We report the details that matter to your situation. Our reports are never just regurgitated data and include an executive summary for a quick snapshot.

DUE DILIGENCE

WHAT TO EXPECT

Initial Consultation

Plan to briefly discuss your due diligence requirements with a due diligence expert to align expectations. Additionally, you’ll want to ensure all relevant data is captured, therefore it’s important to build a productive and relevant blueprint before getting started.

Progress

Your due diligence investigation is multi-faceted, some of the data is readily available through online methods. Conversely, some of the data will take time to retrieve phyically with a court investigator. Expect necessary and relevant updates as the assignment progressed.

Our investigators prepare the methodology and scope of the inquiry/investigation, while enlisting experts from within and possibly from outside the agency. Outside dicilolines may involve accounting processes, operational management, human resources, and more.

Final Product

Upon completion, you’ll receive a detailed, professionally prepared report outlining our methodology and findings. If requested, we’ll provide our recomenstations for further investigation efforts; however, the decision to move forward will always be your’s.

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