The Guide to Online Due Diligence Investigations

By Cynthia Hetherington, CFE

This book’s author is a CFE

This book's author is a CFE.

Guide to Online Due Diligence Book
The Guide to Online Due Diligence Investigations


Due diligence investigations examine the backgrounds of corporate entities and the professionals who manage them. In "The Guide to Online Due Diligence Investigations", you will learn how to conduct research through online database resources and social network profiles to locate assets or fraudulent business practices.

You will discover how to:

  • Investigate the background of corporate officers, partners, vendors and customers
  • Find and use key industry information sources
  • Prepare effective investigative reports for clients
  • Perform asset and lien searches on business entities and individuals

Product Details

Label Value
ISBN 978-1-889150-61-1
Publisher Facts On Demand Press
Published Copyright 2015
Pages 336
Format Paperback

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 A Successful Approach to Due Diligence
Chapter 2 What Makes Due Diligence Different from Other Investigations
Chapter 3 The Correct Approach to Research and Due Diligence Analysis
Chapter 4 Investigating People Connected to Businesses
Chapter 5 Businesses, Corporations, and Other Due Diligence Focuses
Chapter 6 Court Records, Regulatory Sanctions and Enforcement Boards
Chapter 7 Asset and Lien Searching
Chapter 8 Connecting the Dots Between Parties
Chapter 9 Using Industry Sources
Chapter 10 Internet Searches and Social Media Tactics
Chapter 11 Client Interaction: Intake, Preparing the Report, and Billing
Chapter 12 Lists of Investigative Resources - U.S. Based
Chapter 13 Lists of Investigative Resources - Foreign Based

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