Whether you’re considering a new acquisition, strategic partnership or major investment, the only way to protect your organisation is to first conduct a process of thorough due-diligence.
In supporting you, our singular aim is to instil you with the confidence that you can trust the people and information you are dealing with. By helping to identify the risks and threats to which you are potentially exposed, we can help you manage uncertainty and protect your assets and reputation.
By undertaking risk analysis and due diligence investigations prior to an acquisition or investment, we can identify any adverse legal, financial or operational irregularities. identifying these risks in advance, you are more likely to avoid the legal and professional fees which can accompany of a poorly informed decision. Additionally, the information we uncover may also enable you to negotiate concessions during the deal negotiation.
In addition to conducting the standard searches of publicly available records on the company and its directors to identify red flags and ensure that their activities comply with all statutory and regulatory guidelines, we pride ourselves in our ability to delve deeper through the acquisition of human source intelligence. More often than not, it is the information which is not in the public domain which is the most informative.
We can provide on-going post-transaction research and advice, as well as both formal and informal monitoring services, to ensure that due Regulatory compliance procedures are adhered to and provide assurance to the directors, shareholders and relevant authorities that a constant watching brief is in place.
Where necessary, we also provide robust compliance enforcement services, ensuring that all parties comply fully with the terms of the agreement, thus minimising the potential risk of corrupt practice.
By employing discreet physical and technical surveillance, we are able to identify risks at an early stage and enable you to act pre-emptively to minimise any loss.
Following the Governments announcement on the UK going into lockdown, many businesses have followed protocol and have instructed their employees to work from home.
It is important to weigh up the costs and the benefits to any venture before you invest, and commercial property is no different. Although the residential properties are what usually springs to mind when investment is mentioned, it is important to consider that commercial properties also have their benefits.
As part of its ‘Warm Homes for All’ initiative, the Labour Party has announced plans for significant upgrades to UK housing in a bid to create a new generation of green homes. The Labour Party aim to drastically improve loft-insulation and double glazing, reducing a reliance on fossil fuels and creating 450,000 new jobs by 2030 in the process.