Conducting due diligence in the Middle East isn’t without its challenges; aside from the unavailability of basic public records and difficulty of conducting licensed due diligence services, there are also political developments that make it more challenging.
Our team of field researchers, research analysts, lawyers, governmental entities and legal accountants identify challenges on behalf of our clients, using a vast network of human resources and public records. Our differentiating factor is that we work with local experts who are well versed in different cultures and languages. Because of this, a Crownox due diligence report includes an in-depth open source analysis that is available in different languages.
Our Due Diligence process derives information from multiple trusted sources that include System for Award Management (SAM), Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and United Nations Security Council Sanctions List. We ensure the utmost compliance and confidentiality to best mitigate risks and safeguard against ill-advised decision-making.
Our Due Diligence Checklist includes:
National ID number
Personal Information Check
Personal reputation & affiliations
Local Media & Internet Multilingual Sources
Mass media mentions
Public Image Assessment
Social Media Assessment
The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)
The System for Award Management (SAM)
United Nations Security Council sanctions list
Bankruptcy, liens & tax standing
Business affiliations & associations
Civil litigation history
Legal filings check
Our extensive network of investigators and trained specialists operate all around the globe, especially where organizations have limited audit capabilities. Such organizations often become vulnerable to many forms of corporate fraud; therefore, our Corporate Fraud Investigation services enhance our client’s capabilities