Our in-program diligence products support a nuanced, risk-based approach to scoping third parties. In-program due diligence options can be calibrated to the requirements of an engagement, ranging from desktop research to on-the-ground investigative activities, and can be integrated into leading TPRM software platforms.
Due diligence services that deliver more than information
PSA offers truly global capabilities in providing third-party and transactional due diligence services. Our offerings scale from desktop research to complete on-the-ground investigations, helping our clients identify risks associated with third parties, investments, and other business engagements
A commitment to human analysis and insight
PSA’s core strength is in analyzing and contextualizing the information we gather. All of our due diligence offerings are produced by analysts with specialized geographic or subject-matter expertise.
PSA provides regional and local context to information we collect by utilizing in-house, in-region researchers with deep knowledge of their respective jurisdictions. Every year, PSA delivers DD reports on subjects in more than 100 countries on six continents.
Experience serving diverse industries
We support a range of US, EU and Global clients from every major industry in proactively managing risk. Our multinational clientele represents a wide range of industries and includes 4 of the Fortune 100, and 19 of the Fortune 500.
Integration with leading compliance software platforms
PSA partners due diligence reports can be delivered through partnerships with compliance software platforms, allowing for a seamless integration of data on 3P risks.
PSA has extensive experience in conducting pre-IPO, pre-M&A and other transactional due diligence services to identify off-balance sheet risks. Complex research scopes and numerous subjects are the norm for such assignments but PSA’s analytical team is focused on providing a coherent picture of each counterparty, regardless of its scale or complexity. Learn more.
PSA’s human analyst-driven due diligence solutions extend to tailored assignments involving high-risk, high-value, or complex transactions. For such matters, our investigative team will propose a scope of work designed specifically to achieve a client’s information objectives. IDD reports differ from program due diligence in that they are not limited by a set of predefined processes.
PSA’s Enhanced Due Diligence report, often used in TPRM programs, already screens for key ESG factors. This basic scoping can be expanded to seek additional information for clients looking for more comprehensive sustainability information about their third parties. Learn more.
Extend the life of due diligence reporting and comply with regulators’ expectations of “beyond onboarding” diligence for third parties with continuous monitoring. Following third-party due diligence research, new information raised through database monitoring is reviewed by PSA analysts and forwarded when a material risk is identified.
In 2014, regulations outlining information disclosure requirements for Chinese companies created a List of Companies with Abnormal Operations (“the Abnormal Operations List”; 企业经营异常名录). The list includes companies that have failed to comply with information disclosure requirements.
There are four circumstances under which a company would be added to the list:...
Early 2022 has seen several economies have gradually opening with the shift in their management of the COVID 19 pandemic. ASEAN 5 are on course for continued economic recovery with most reliable regional projections anticipating expanded GDP in 2022. With this ASEAN’s economic outlook remains positive, locking in Southeast Asia’s...
Originally a tool for investors, ESG is increasingly used by other corporate stakeholders to evaluate risks associated with sustainability, human rights, and governance among business partners. In this episode, Sarah Carpenter of Assent Compliance talks with PSA’s Michael Olver about how ESG can be leveraged by risk management programs to achieve a...