Timothy Clinton has returned to the company as Vice President of Sales after an illustrious 25-year career with the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS). Tim was among the first employees at CRI in the early 1990s and was responsible for creating the role of "Investigative Analyst" using his research and investigative skills.
Our COO shares some insights with Pitchbook on transaction due diligence: The availability of critical background information, the spectrum of risk tolerance for PE, and industry specific challenges.
Most investors know that important transactions require human analysis. Without it you may be relying on inaccurate findings and assumptions that often arise from automated due diligence solutions.
An interview by an experienced investigator is a very effective diligence tool. The interview provides an assessment that cannot be achieved through document analysis alone.
How to Find a Jekyll’s Hyde in Social Media Profiles. Social media is a useful tool for investors to uncover damaging postings related to their investments.
As healthcare investments continue to increase in size and number, investors need to be savvy as to why these deals have greater exposure and require full-scale diligence.
Reputation is a critical data point when evaluating board members. Be sure you know exactly who is sitting in that important “seat”.
FundFire speaks with the experts (Corporate Resolutions is one!) on how to handle this delicate issue.