In addition to providing a range of free general commercial legal advice, we offer our client base the corporate legal support they require to manage and grow their business. Click here for other advice.
Investigating your corporation
Corporate investigation is a big thing for companies that wish to be successful, but fail to understand how to protect themselves from risks – we identify those risks for you. We recommend a leading corporate private investigator team that are based in the capital, but can perform work internationally. Find out more.
They cater their services to each need of every client and have numerous surveillance specialists including military, police, home office and financial industries. Their plan is to obtain information efficiently and present it to you so you can further your business growth.
They can do as you ask, including checking background and employment history of partners and/or employees, conduct due diligence and even undergo surveillance services. Call Private Detective London on 0203747186 today. Click here.
So, how can a corporation investigation help you?
As PDL have over four decades of experience you are sure to receive an investigation catered to your needs to produce the truth and uncover lies that could potentially risk the success of your business that you’ve worked so hard for.
For example, checking the credit history of a potential business partner. As it is a time consuming procedure, it is easier to let the experts take over so you can continue to focus on your business.
They can organise surveillance to indentify if any employees are acting in a way that is not tolerated in your environment. Contact us for more advice.
Our other free advice services include:
- General business start-up advice for sole traders, partnerships and limited companies
- Companies Act compliance issues
- Bank lending and securities documentation
- Share sale and purchase
- Asset sale and purchase
- Hive up/hive down
- Company formations and administration
- Shareholder agreements
- Share options
- Directors’ duties