Benefits of Financial Information for due diligence

Whether you’re preparing to onboard an entity to your supply network, or you’re undergoing a merger or acquisitionNexis Diligence helps you protect your organization by providing the crucial financial information you need to better understand an entity’s fiscal background.

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Leverage financial information from a wealth of sources

Verify an individual’s financial status with data from sources like WealthEngine® Wealth Scores and Larkspur Prospects of Wealth®.

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Discover potential financial risk

Determine if a company poses a financial risk with access to databases that capture information on public and private entities around the world, including delinquency and financial stability risk, as well as bankruptcy data.

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Understand the competitive landscape

Track merger and acquisition (M&A) activity within your industry—from announcement to final resolution—to understand changes in the competitive landscape that could indicate a strategic threat to your business.

Benefits of Company & Executive Information for due diligence

Use the company and executive information available in Nexis Diligence to enhance your risk awareness. Aside from company reports that aggregate information from 400 databases on more than 200 million companies in developed and emerging markets, Nexis Diligence connects you to hundreds of biographical sources to strengthen your due diligence investigations.

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Understand management structures & identify related entities

Uncover how an organization is structured and verify the personal and professional histories of key executives. Review corporate hierarchies to discover and learn more about subsidiaries, joint ventures, holdings, and shell companies to identify potential conflicts of interest or beneficial ownership—even if the company names are different.

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Find potential risk

Develop comprehensive company profiles spanning financial information and corporate histories—including name changes—to find out if a company poses elevated risk due to fiscal irregularities or past misconduct. Nexis Diligence also helps you understand if a third party has operations in high-risk locales, such as countries known for elevated bribery and corruption risk or use of forced or child labor.

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Better ensure compliance

Whether you’re conducting onboarding due diligence on a supplier or looking for background information on a potential (M&A) target, Nexis Diligence allows you to build deep reports that demonstrate your commitment to mitigate compliance risk to regulators.

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