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Asset, People and Information Tracing

Tracing assets, people and information involves extensive investigative skills, an understanding of the legal framework and speed of action.

Such enquiries often go hand-in-hand with complex investigations and litigation as individuals frequently decide they have urgent reasons for hiding their location, wealth and activities. However, our consultants’ many years of experience, information resources and the reach of our global network enable us to rapidly locate individuals, determine their current activities and analyse their wealth.

Our network of contacts throughout the world gives us local knowledge and extensive access to covert and overt information resources. Combined with our investigative skills, experience and other resources we are able to discreetly and effectively trace both individuals and assets.

We specialise in gathering accurate, reliable and discreet financial and non-financial corporate intelligence from around the world and specifically can investigate:

  • Recovery of fraud losses
  • Information on the financial position of counter-parties
  • Circumstances of joint venture failure (and where legal action is possible)
  • Matters arising after a financial judgement has been granted
  • Circumstances in support of prosecution actions by the courts

In very many cases, where the location or beneficial ownership of assets has been hidden we are able to penetrate and dismantle complex offshore corporate structures and effectively support asset recovery actions.

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