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While conducting due diligence background checks on an individual in Taiwan, Case Manager, Mandy Yeang found numerous individuals with the same name as the target individual. Equipped only with a Client-provided photograph of the target individual, we performed numerous reverse image checks and detailed false-positive analysis via official and open source databases which revealed that the target individual was a Person of Interest wanted for financial fraud and money laundering, while he served as senior executive at a State-Owned Enterprise.

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

Learn more here how we can assist you perform false positive analysis on targets of special interest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mandy Yeang, Research & Analysis Team (Penang).

Mandy has in-depth understanding of the financial accounting standards and practices applicable for Commonwealth and southeast Asian countries. She has worked on close to a hundred due diligence projects, including those around mergers & acquisitions.

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