Cross-border investigative expertise
For two decades, Pacific Strategies & Assessments has assisted clients in complex cross-border corporate investigations. We are regularly engaged to provide our in-region investigative expertise and our ability to develop effective investigative strategies for admissible outcomes in asset tracing, forensics, and critical information collection during commercial litigation and disputes.
International Investigative Expertise
PSA provides support to clients with multi-jurisdictional investigation requirements. We combine records and document recovery with interviews, forensics and proven collection methodologies to provide critical and judicially admissible insight
Investigations and Litigation Support
We are regularly engaged by in-house and external counsel to provide effective and admissible support during each stage of the litigation process, including identifying and verifying critical claims, gathering evidence, and identifying witnesses and assets.
We understand the special considerations that apply to whistleblower response to investigations. Our investigators work to protect the integrity of the process without compromising the anonymity of whistleblowers or raising concerns about retaliation.
Grounded in our principles
Our investigative practice is grounded in our own strict code of ethical and legal conduct which is informed by our broad ethics and compliance expertise. Our methods are informed by decades of experience and information is legally and ethically sourced.
PSA has conducted investigations in more than 50 countries on six continents. We are able to extend our capabilities to assist clients in virtually every country in the world.
Asset recovery in international fraud cases can present considerable challenges and risks. After building a case and pursuing recoveries across diverse jurisdictions, victims may still recover only pennies on the dollar. In this episode, Martin Kenney of Martin Kenney & Co. shares his unparalleled insights into creating layered strategies and managing multidisciplinary...
Who Owns Your Third-Party? Why you should want to know.
Understanding who owns your third party is an increasingly important part of due diligence, and best practices are evolving towards obtaining more ownership information. An accurate understanding of the ownership of a counterparty can help identify risks such as:
Whistleblower response is an increasingly important part of every company’s compliance environment, with a growing list of countries around the world requiring whistleblower protocols. Whistleblower allegations demand special attention from a company’s decisionmakers and present a unique set of investigative challenges. Every company should have a robust process to respond...