Lexis Diligence creates a new standard in conducting due diligence. Investigate companies and individual and go beyond just credit scores and watch lists–to develop a 360-degree assessment effectively and efficiently.
- Uncover relationships between entities
- Perform a background check on a business or person
- Review a subject’s public records and litigation history
- Learn about a company’s business and management structure, financial health, and M&A activity
- Global news archive – Minimize reputational risk to your business by checking against 26,000+ news sources from international, national & regional newspapers, magazines, journals, newswires and broadcast transcripts. Archives go back 40 years on some sources to help ensure you don’t miss valuable information not found on the open Web.
- Sanctions, watch lists and PEPs – Screen against 800+ sanctions and watch lists, including OFAC, HM Treasury, FBI–and more than 1.4 million PEPs (potentially exposed persons) Ensure your organization doesn’t work with a blacklisted company, which would put you at risk of costly fines.
- Company information – Verify a corporate entity and find out more about its business and management structure, financial health, and M&A activity. Access 400+ databases of business information on public and private company profiles.
- Legal history – Determine how litigious an individual or company may be, or whether they’re involved in ongoing litigation that could disrupt business effectiveness by accessing international court cases. Coverage includes federal and 50 states plus cases from the UK, EU and selected Asian jurisdictions.
- Public records – Access more than 37 billion public records on individuals and businesses–including names, addresses, places of employment, cellular and unpublished phone numbers, licenses, property records, bankruptcies, liens, judgments, and much more.
- Biographies – Draw on 200+ biographical sources and executive profiles … from Marquis Who’s Who® to Standard & Poor’s® to Debrett’s
- Country information – Identify high-risk issues by accessing on-the-ground media reports and in-depth country risk analysis reports from the Economist Intelligence Unit and D&B®.
- Gain a thorough understanding of companies and individuals with whom your organization interacts and/or does business.
- Research and stay up-to-date on key developments with respect to your key clients, suppliers, contractors or partners.
- Understand the complex relationships and affiliations between your clients and other individuals, corporations, charities and activities.
- Research and evaluate a potential investment opportunity, partnership or other strategic alliance. Ensure that companies you are doing business with aren’t on sanction or terrorism lists.
- Ensure the ongoing financial health of key suppliers, clients or other entities your business relies upon.
- Avoid the legal penalties, costs and reputational damages of being associated with unethical business partners.