FACT provides a wide range of investigative services, including asset tracing, fraud, enhanced due diligence and IP protection. Below is a summary of one of our recent case studies on an investigation involving asset tracing.
Our client required asset trace inquiries against an entity, including its parent and subsidiary companies. We had previously conducted an extensive due diligence investigation against the subject company. Utilising our existing knowledge of the corporate structure and considerable experience of conducting asset tracing inquiries in the relevant jurisdictions, we were ideally placed to carry out the task.
Our client needed comprehensive asset trace inquiries conducted against a specific entity, along with its parent and subsidiary companies. The urgency stemmed from the need to gather crucial information and evidence for a high-value settlement case. Having previously conducted an extensive due diligence investigation on the subject company, we were well aware of the complexities involved.
Leveraging our extensive knowledge of the corporate structure and our vast experience in conducting asset tracing inquiries within the relevant jurisdictions, we were uniquely positioned to undertake this challenging task. Our team employed meticulous research methods to uncover hidden links and connections between shell companies and the target entity.
With utmost professionalism and a sharp focus for detail, we meticulously followed the paper trail, leaving no stone unturned. Our expertise and credibility enabled us to navigate complex legal landscapes and obtain critical information that would prove instrumental in supporting our client’s case.
Our relentless efforts and expertise yielded fruitful results. We successfully identified and established concrete links between the shell companies and the target entity, providing undeniable evidence that played a pivotal role in a subsequent hearing. This hearing involved a substantial settlement valued in the millions of dollars.
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