Due Diligence

FACT Due Diligence combines extensive experience in global investigations and intelligence gathering with local contact networks and specialist country knowledge

Trusted by governments, law enforcement and private organisations, our worldwide due diligence services provide insights that ensure you can manage risk and make the most informed decisions.

We offer a range of bespoke services, tailored to your requirements and budget.

Our team currently meet client needs across global jurisdictions. Local contact networks allow us to conduct in-country checks in addition to full digital investigations.

We provide concise and informative reports on key risk areas including:

  • Background and personal information
  • Business records and activity
  • Sanctions, PEP and global watch lists
  • Online activity and cyber threats
  • Fraud and money laundering
  • Criminal proceedings and civil litigation

Citizenship-by-investment and residency-by-investment
Investment migration programmes offer individuals and families the opportunity to acquire additional citizenship or residency in another country. FACT offers the knowledge and experience to check and verify applicant details, both online and in-country, to ensure that all applicants meet the requirements demanded when obtaining a new nationality.

Trade and Business Compliance
Due diligence is an essential aspect of any business transaction. Our experts analyse key risk areas, conducting checks on background, subsidiaries and stakeholder interests to ensure compliance with a range of regulations including anti-money laundering, bribery and corruption, and financial transactions. Our services are tailored to ensure that you have the meaningful intelligence you need to make your next business decision.

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Phone: +44 (0)20 8891 1217 Email: [email protected]

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FACT’s intelligence-led investigations uncover, reveal, detect, disrupt, deter, dismantle, protect, prevent and prosecute

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