Conflict International specializes in obtaining in-depth intelligence and background information. Our services enable our clients to more effectively manage their risks and understand the people and entities with which they are dealing.
We ensure compliance with a variety of legal requirements, including anti-money laundering rules, securities law disclosures and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act requirements.
Services include anything from standard pre-employment screening and database checks to extensive background investigations, including civil and criminal litigation history, personal reputation and business and political affiliations.
Our clients rely on our services to gather strategic intelligence on:
Rigorous fact-finding and attention to detail during due diligence are crucial in identifying and mitigating transactional risks. Approaching transactional due diligence from the point of view of a professional investigator, working alongside the deal’s lawyers and financial experts, can help ensure that all the crucial issues that may derail a deal or otherwise incur liabilities can be identified and properly addressed.
Beyond the nuances of a contract or financial statement, Conflict International’s investigative due diligence services bring value to our clients by providing access to vital, non-public data and resources, comprehensive research into the subject’s background, forensic intelligence analysis and evaluation of credibility, as well as an insight into the subject’s reputation, connections and possible conflicts.
Traditional due diligence is limited in the tools it brings to bear to assess those potential pitfalls. Conflict International’s professional investigators offer clients the ability to see past the “paper” of the deal to potentially damaging hidden data. Through in-depth interviews, lead and connection development, credibility evaluations, surreptitious surveillance, accessing secreted or otherwise unavailable documents, and tapping into industry and government sources and resources, our investigators can obtain the information our clients need to efficiently and effectively manage their risks.
To discuss a particular case or our services, please contact us at our New York office +1-212-710-5919 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.