Aon’s investigative due diligence and in-depth background screening can help you make better informed decisions about management teams, senior hires and business partners. It can be critical when vetting people to whom you consider giving operating and fiduciary responsibility, or during litigation action and other situations when intelligence could provide leverage for negotiation.
Demand for investigative due diligence can be broadly broken down in to three sub-groups:
Investigative intelligence helps you study the real people you are backing and can independently assess their likelihood to perform in a portfolio company.
Investigative intelligence can reduce significant financial risks and protect your company’s reputation, by giving you a more reliable understanding of the people you entrust to deliver products and services.
Investigative intelligence can provide the bespoke, time-critical information you need on companies or individuals during a transaction, litigation support, asset search or key witness review.
Arguably the greatest risk facing all business and investment managers is human capital risk. Do you really know who you are dealing with? Are they who they say they are? Are their claims accurate? How are they perceived by peers and the wider market? Aon’s job is to find out and give you the facts, so you can make more informed and reliable decisions.
Aon has worked on over 1,000 assignments in the past 18 months for Fortune 500, FTSE 250 and Mittelstand companies, law firms and investment managers around the world. Contact us or book a meeting for more information.