Due Diligence

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Due Diligence

Enhanced Due Diligence - Third-party Due Diligence - Cyber Due Diligence


Due diligence delivered by Control Risks benefits from a global team of highly technical investigative professionals. Our global footprint includes investigative teams, specialist researchers and on-the-ground sources, giving your organisation the ability to make informed decisions.


Enhanced due diligence

Our compliance, forensics and intelligence teams are highly experienced in applying the right level of scrutiny to commercial relationships and assisting clients in developing an approach that matches the high demands of regulatory requirements and sound risk management practices. With a unique ability to apply local political and business context, you will receive a detailed and fully contextualised picture.

Third-party due diligence with Control Risks’ VANTAGE

VANTAGE is a suite of products co-delivered by GAN Integrity and Control Risks, specifically designed for organisations who rely on a complex web of global third-parties to deliver critical support. VANTAGE means end-to-end third-party management. From initial screenings using the world’s largest risk databases, to deeper levels of research and on-the-ground investigative work, as well as automated cloud-based compliance solutions. VANTAGE enables you to focus your efforts on mitigating risk, and facilitates the management of multiple vendors, tools and services.

Cyber due diligence

Gain a clear picture of a target’s cyber security programme and the potential risks it presents. Equally, if you are the seller, conducting a self-cyber due diligence before going public will increase the value of your proposition.

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The role of human rights in mega events

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The US-China trade war

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