Legal Support

BVI Company Check

The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is one of the world’s leading financial centres. So, why would you want a BVI company check? In basic terms, to find out about the company. Checks on businesses are conducted when you need to verify the legitimacy of a company, or are, perhaps, undertaking investigative due diligence. Questions such as – does it even exist? How long has it existed? What type of company is it, and how about the Authorised Share Capital? The problems arise when you ask who is behind the company. Who are the directors, where are they based, how many are there? Sadly, this information is usually not made public.

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Private Investigator Surveillance

Private Investigator Surveillance

What is “private investigator surveillance”? Surveillance is the covert observation of people, places and often associated vehicles and can form part of a private investigation. The goal is to gather information about a subject required by an individual or company. It is widely used in the insurance industry which is beset by fake claims that need investigation and by manufacturers and companies suffering Intellectual Property (IP) theft. Normally a surveillance team is composed 4-5 individuals with the necessary transport and high quality surveillance equipment used to record images and sound.

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Finding a Missing Beneficiary

Finding a Missing Beneficiary: Case Study

Lawyers working in probate matters often need help in finding a missing beneficiary. Many families have relatives located all over the world. In such instances, family members may lose contact with elderly relatives who have included them in their Wills. This Veriton Investigations “case study” discusses a successful multi-jurisdictional probate request involving four siblings. Research and investigations were undertaken in Canada and Hong Kong. The Canadian Government agency had unsuccessfully employed two other PI companies over a number of years before approaching us. All documentation provided was at least 40 years old.

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Process Serves in Hong Kong

Process Server for Hong Kong and Surrounding Area

Efficient & Cost Effective Process Server In Hong Kong. Based in Hong Kong–not the USA or the UK–Hong Kong Process Serve (HKPS)–part of the Veriton Asia Group–can guarantee quicker turnaround times and more cost-effective rates than international process serve brokers. We operate in Hong Kong, Macau and China as well as other parts of SE Asia, serving on behalf of both international and local lawyers, companies and individuals. At the conclusion of the serve, we provide a detailed report which can be used as the basis of an affidavit. Our affidavits are usually witnessed by a Commissioner of Oaths here in Hong Kong.

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Locate a Person

Locate a Person

Need to locate a person in Hong Kong? Whether it is for probate purposes, the serving of legal documents, a skip trace or perhaps to locate a missing family member the location of an individual is a sought after service. Veriton Investigations has been locating people in Hong Kong and the surrounding area since its foundation. The success of a locate is increased when full names, previous addresses, photographs and the like are provided from the onset.

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Credit Check

Credit Check

What is a credit check? A credit check is an examination of the financial background and behaviour of the subject of the check. As part of the credit check, companies may want to know how you paid back previous loans, for instance, or how often you made late repayments. Banks, landlords, utility providers and some employers might require a check on an individual. Business owners are likely to request a credit check on another business if, for instance, they are considering a joint venture, taking on new suppliers, or new vendors. Such checks may reveal late payments, bankruptcies, judgements, and liens.

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Asset Search Service

Asset Search

What is an asset search? An asset search is the process of identifying and attaching assets for pre-litigation assessment. The primary purpose is to discover if there are assets worth seizing. If there are no discoverable assets, litigation may not be financially viable.

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Link Analysis Charting

Link Analysis Charting

What is link analysis and its role within private investigations? Simply put, link analysis is the process of examining links between people, organizations, assets, events and physical or digital documents. When a complex project involves looking at 100s of entities, it can be impossible to understand the links—particularly important ones— without a visual representation. Link analysis charting is the drawing of all the connections. These charts assist professional investigators to focus on criminal leads more easily and help to brief clients.

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Individual Background Screening Services

Individual Background Screening

What is background screening on individuals? When companies are recruiting, promoting senior executives or checking clients, partners and associates, they should ensure that an individual’s career history is accurate. Candidates are often tempted to bend the truth! Background checks may flag fake degrees, false references, long periods without employment or undesirable social media activity. Sometimes, even prior arrests are found.

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Company Background Check Case Study

Company Check

What is a company background check? Background checks on businesses are conducted when you need to verify the authenticity and legitimacy of a company. This involves an analysis of records of official, proprietary, paid and open-source databases. Depending on the reasons for a background check—for example checking a supplier or an investment opportunity—a site visit, surveillance or social media review may be requested. A company background check less involved than due diligence.

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