The situations in which a company has to use the services of a private investigation agency are varied and complex. But they all have in common the need to know the truth and, consequently, to take all necessary measures to protect the interests of the company or its shareholders.
The team of SPIA’s specialists is certified and authorized to carry out multiple types of investigations, even in high-difficulty areas, which require multiple specializations.
Economic and Financial Investigations aim at investigating and proving fraud or attempted financial fraud. The investigations carried out in this segment include locating debtors, investigating financial disputes, verifying and/or securing investments, detecting suspicious transactions, investigating certain or fictitious assets, ghost company chains and fictitious assignments.
M&A (Merger & Acquisitions) Investigations refer to the verification of mergers and acquisitions, public procurement, the investigation of corporate transactions and even investigations into hostile takeovers.
Background Check Investigations aim to verify the history and professional conduct of business partners, employees, customers and current or potential employees. Companies can also fall under this type of investigation.
Corporate Investigations target attempts to defraud a company by one or more employees, by a third party or even by people on the management board.
Litigation Investigations support the parties to a dispute or their lawyers.