Why Clients Choose Chesley Brown
Whether bringing a new partner into your existing business, or purchasing property a comprehensive asset search can reveal potential liabilities that may be connected to a person or property. Investigators may use a variety of tools including public records, database searches, financial records, crime stats, motor vehicle registrations, known associates, and/or real estate deeds to reveal any hidden assets, liens, hidden bank accounts, and criminal convictions in an effort to reduce your threat exposure. Armed with all the facts, you and your partners will be able to make better decisions faster.
Asset searches are also helpful in satisfying due diligence requirements, debt collection, fraud recovery, and verifying financial statements and asset recovery. An asset search can include a basic background check, a computer forensics, surveillance work, and/or a financial investigation.
Types of asset searches include:
- Corporate asset searches
- Real estate and deeds
- Corporate filings
- Court Orders
- Federal and state tax liens
- Corporate associates
- Criminal records
Expert Risk Analysis
By working directly with your stakeholders, law enforcement, cybersecurity professionals and industry experts our risk analysis team can determine the likelihood of any particular threat, prioritize action plans, recommend appropriate security measures, implement solutions, and when necessary, conduct penetration testing to ensure resiliency. Data and facts should be your be your source of truth when implementing or improving new security systems or frameworks, that's why we've made it so easy to get started. Here's how:
Schedule a Strategy Call
Our first job is to gather as much information as possible about your organization's unique challenges and concerns.
Create a plan
After studying the problem, our team of experts will get to work crafting a bespoke strategy that protects all aspects of your business, and enables continued growth.
Let’s execute that plan together
We’ll work directly with you and your stakeholders to implement and manage your new strategy, helping you navigate any pitfalls along the way.
What are you waiting for?
What do you need to know before engaging an asset investigation?
An asset check can take place in a number of circumstances, ranging from cases that involve spousal support during a divorce settlement to global business disputes. Essentially, asset investigators work as detectives that aim to uncover the financial holdings, business ownership, or personal property of those who would rather keep these assets hidden. As corporate investigators our clients include business leaders from both public and private sectors, law firms, law enforcement agencies, and healthcare groups.
Asset search companies typically focus key competencies like fraud and banking, while smaller firms may be keenly focused on HR or criminal Investigations. It is important to engage an investigator who has experience with your type of business or case. Asset investigations at Chesley Brown are specifically designed for business leaders, government agencies, and attorneys. Our investigators will build a more complete picture of you case, and then work with your stakeholders to chart a clear path forward.
Get in touch!
Chesley Brown believes security is more than just protection. It is continually maintaining a culture of forward thinking and innovation. It is a philosophy of listening to our clients and providing the best security solutions for their situation. When you have serious questions about your security, call Chesley Brown. Contact us today to discuss how Chesley Brown can help your organization navigate around ever-evolving threats, and mitigate your risk.
Additional Chesley Brown Solutions
Clients that rely on Chesley Brown Security Consulting and Management services often request additional services including: