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Investigations

With a global network of specialist corporate investigators, we assist major financial institutions, law firms and blue chip organisations to protect their clients and their interests with thorough investigations.

The Investigations team at Begbies Traynor has extensive experience in all areas of corporate investigations. We have been instrumental in detecting, investigating and preventing major corporate crime and in the recovery of multimillion pound losses.

Our core services and specialisms include:

  • Investigative due diligence and business intelligence
  • Fraud investigations
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Brand protection
  • Asset, people and information tracing
  • Corruption enquiries
  • Covert surveillance and electronic countermeasures

We provide the clarity and insight needed to unravel complex business crime. Our meticulously supported findings provide the evidence necessary to protect and enhance your interests. In all cases, our approach is to rapidly and unobtrusively establish the facts and place our client in the most advantageous position possible.

Whether you need up-to-date, accurate and comprehensive intelligence on corporations or individuals worldwide, incisive and rapid response to suspected irregularities or frauds, assistance in tracing assets or you require specialist resources to support complex litigation, our Investigations team can provide the solution.

Our corporate intelligence services are wide-ranging and characterised by speed of response, adaptability and ability to deliver focused, actionable intelligence.

We tailor our services to the client’s specific requirements and apply the necessary resources worldwide to get the job done.

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