Enhanced due diligence

Most providers perform AI-driven due diligence relying on machine-derived data sourced from databases without experienced analysts fact-checking the information provided.

InsightX’s global research team covers more than 40 languages and performs extensive inquiries in all major international jurisdictions. Combined with our portfolio of proprietary information sources, and the support of a network of experienced journalists with investigative specialisms on the ground, our experts carry out journalistic research to deliver clear, detailed and fact-checked information.

No stone is left unturned to build a complete picture that will help you gain insight and plan your next move with confidence. Our research and analysis go into more depth and detail than that of any other provider.

We understand key decisions are often time-sensitive and require a prompt response. Having  access to actionable insight helps you to form your strategy confidently, particularly when time is of the essence.  At InsightX, we deliver our reports at least 48 hours earlier than our main competitors, with detailed recommendations on risk and mitigation.

How it works
  • After you engage us, we perform some initial research on the proposed or existing relationship with the subject individual or organisation and agree with the you the key areas of risk
  • Working in more than 40 languages, our global team researches and collects detailed information on the third party. We commission further on-the-ground investigations by trusted local affiliates if necessary
  • We compile an in-depth reputation risk analysis covering every area of risk, including but not limited to:
  • Red flags
  • Human rights record
  • Environmental record
  • Sanctions & watchlists
  • State interference
  • Social responsibility
  • Ethics
  • Discrimination
  • Regulatory issues
  • Corporate associations
  • Criminal litigation
  • Ownership
  • Financials
  • Civil Litigation
  • Tax evasion
  • Fraud
  • Judgements
  • Bankruptcies
  • Adverse coverage or online comment
  • Social media sentiment