Why your third party’s integrity matters

While conducting an IntegraCheck® | Integrity Due Diligence background check on a company in India, we discovered through our research that the target company was allegedly involved in anti-competitive behaviour, along with dubious political connections, pertaining to an optical fibre grid project in October 2017.

One of our India Case Managers, Lawrence Teong provided key information to the Client which detailed the political connections between the target company and the Indian Government, as well as evidence of undue influence on the tender decision by the relevant authority.

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Lawrence Teong, Research & Analysis Team (Penang).

Lawrence has experience in the legal and compliance industry. He is familiar with the Malaysian Land Laws, and has worked on third-party due diligence and risk analysis projects for various industries including healthcare, information technology and logistics in Greater China and Southeast Asian regions.

 

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