Due Diligence

Mergers and acquisitions

Due diligence and business intelligence is a necessary precaution and prevention of losses 

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New business

Necessary to conduct due diligence on potential new partners to reduce risks and possible prevention of losses 

Cross-Reference data from OSINT

Verify the claims and IT structure of your new partner or venture – a necessary step.  

Due Diligence

Digitpol provides companies with a comprehensive suite of due diligence and business intelligence possibilites so they can better protect their investments and make critical business decisions with confidence. Whether you are evaluating investments, entering new markets, vetting third parties or satisfying regulatory requirements, we offer a broad spectrum of consultative and programmatic solutions to address your specific needs. Digitpol’s unmatched investigative capabilities, worldwide presence and long-standing reputation for independence and integrity make us uniquely qualified to assist.

Our risk-based approach allows us to conduct the appropriate level of due diligence based on specific criteria.

Our investigative due diligence capability provides a consultative approach to clients undertaking new and significant projects, whether underwriting an IPO, considering a merger or acquisition, participating in a joint venture or entering a new marketplace.

 

The risks inherent in today’s financial transactions are greater than ever. Digitpol provides answers to questions that financial and legal analyses cannot address, especially regarding integrity issues and the reputations and backgrounds of counterparties.

    Our services include investigating, analyzing and verifying significant information:

    • Partner company vetting
    • Insider trading analysis
    • Corporate, partnership and other business records
    • Professional and educational history
    • Personal and business reputations
    • Cross-Reference data from OSINT
    • Social media content and behaviour analysis
    • Mergers and acquisitions
    • Public offerings
    • Joint ventures
    • New business