The Red Flag Group Stories

  • Our due diligence research leaves no stone unturned

    Our due diligence research leaves no stone unturned

    Mario Harley demonstrated to the Client how investigations rely on the right regional insight and intelligence.

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  • Due diligence research without limitation

    Due diligence research without limitation

    Mandy underlined that at The Red Flag Group®, even when our Professional Services team has limited information, we are able to think outside the box and provide key results to our clients.

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  • The value of reputational due diligence

    The value of reputational due diligence

    Sevak confirmed the identity of an honorary consul of a particular country using his well-established network of local contacts, discreet reputational enquires and on-the-ground business intelligence.

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  • Know your partners and make smart business decisions

    Know your partners and make smart business decisions

    Our client in aviation wanted to know how one of their partners in the Gulf Region was performing, and whether there were any concerns.

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  • Why enhanced due diligence is good for business

    Why enhanced due diligence is good for business

    Songlin demonstrated to the Client why enhanced due diligence is strongly recommended in countries where public information is not easily accessible and media is either censored or under developed.

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  • Political connections can expose you to risk

    Political connections can expose you to risk

    Our team demonstrated to the Client how business executives in the post-Soviet Union are interconnected, and how they may misuse their political power, influence and wealth to misrepresent business.

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  • Why a multifaceted due diligence is an important part of a compliance programme

    Why a multifaceted due diligence is an important part of a compliance programme

    Benny Chew conducted several enhanced searches and found that the individual’s address closely matches the address of a shipping company in Shanghai, China.

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  • Interjurisdictional data research and analysis

    Interjurisdictional data research and analysis

    Mary Chicklet Millo was able to identify the target individual by cross-referencing records in Lebanon, sources in the United States, and court records in Mexico.

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  • Financial results may be available in multiple versions

    Financial results may be available in multiple versions

    Harvey Xu observed that the financial results recorded at the Administration for Industry and Commerce may not be an accurate reflection of the subject company’s true operational status.

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  • Outside-the-Box analysis

    Outside-the-Box analysis

    Our team demonstrated to the Client that we have real people, not just data crawlers working on due diligence reporting.

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  • How well do you trust your third party?

    How well do you trust your third party?

    Eva Tung performed extensive background checks on the company and found no information suggesting that the target company had business dealings in Sudan.

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  • How we confirm suspicious dealings using multiple data sources

    How we confirm suspicious dealings using multiple data sources

    Our research analyst demonstrated that a proper enhanced due diligence involves more than what is available in official and other publicly available sources such as the media.

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  • Conducting due diligence in high-risk countries with limited sources

    Conducting due diligence in high-risk countries with limited sources

    Our MEA specialist demonstrated to the Client how fraudulent behaviour can be identified with the right tools and the right regional insight.

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