Wed, February 3rd, 2016 - 10:22 am - By Gordon Basichis
EL SEGUNDO, CA (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 02, 2016
As the world looks at what may be a global economic downturn, Corra Group is expanding its national and international background checks to meet the needs of businesses and members of the financial investment community who are seeking greater assurances that their investments are sound. The expanded background searches will help ascertain whether joint ventures, partnerships, and mergers and acquisitions are as sound as they may first appear.
“As evidenced by a January 20th,2016 article in The Guardian, we are seeing a contraction of the global economy,” said Corra Group Co-Founder, Gordon Basichis. “Once again, as it was just a few years ago, as fears increase, business entities are exercising increased caution with their financial endeavors. Whether it is reviewing the solvency of a new business client or even a vendor, or contemplating a co-venture of partnership, the responsible parties are recognizing the need to conduct more comprehensive background checks.
“These searches should be conducted on the business entities but also on the corporate principals,” said Basichis. “To assist our clients in the vetting process, Corra Group now offers a comprehensive international due diligence package. The all-encompassing search will include business identifiers and reported addresses, criminal proceedings, corporate and personal, civil proceedings, bankruptcy proceedings, reputational corporate affiliations, real property records, professional licensing, and media and internet searches. Also included are reputational interviews with relevant parties familiar with the company and individuals.”
Basichis pointed out that Corra Group conducts domestic comprehensive background checks on U.S. based agencies as well. As well as due diligence social media searches, criminal and civil records, Corra Group offers corporate affiliation searches and business credit reports.
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