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Vetting And Investigative Services

There’s an old adage that says “Trust, but verify.” That’s the premise behind conducting vetting and investigative services, to learn more about an individual or entity before entering into a business relationship. Conducting due diligence upfront can help avoid a situation where your company has to deal with the fallout of fraud, or tie up time and resources in litigation.

FSI offers a range of services designed to help our clients make sound, informed decisions, and to reduce overall risk associated with those decisions. The due diligence services and reporting we provide are timely, thorough and discreet. Services are tailored to each client’s needs.

Why Vetting and Investigative Services Are Important

There are many reasons someone might consider using an investigative company to conduct due diligence on someone. Employers, landlords, property managers, financial services management personnel and others often have a need to conduct a deeper analysis of an individual or organization than they can do from a mere application and interview alone.

Before you enter into a business deal with another entity, begin a relationship with a prospective employee, lease space to a tenant, or make an investment decision, work with a vetting company to conduct an in-depth background investigation. Armed with a much wider range of information, you will be able to make more informed decisions.

How FSI Can Help

FSI offers a customized boutique level of investigative solutions designed to accommodate every client’s unique business requirements and goals. Those services include conducting investigations or screenings to determine if the individuals or organizations being examined have the experience, competence, integrity, character and financial responsibility you are looking for, in a safe, sound and legally compliant manner.


  • Key personnel vetting. You want to be certain you understand the background of any potential new hire. When your organization is hiring someone for an executive or other key role, or when you are considering adding a new board member, the need for due diligence is even greater.
  • Due diligence for proposed business mergers or acquisitions. Vetting this type of potential relationship thoroughly in the pre-deal stage can help avoid unpleasant surprises after the transaction closes.
  • Key business partners. Before you enter into a business relationship with a vendor, third-party service provider, supplier or other business partner, you owe it to your company and its shareholders to vet that potential relationship.
  • Know your customer. Legal requirements demand that you know who it is you’re doing business with! Reduce your risk and engage our Indonesian-based, in-house team of investigators to give you peace of mind and keep you compliant.
  • Investigations with purpose. Each of our services is custom designed for the situation or engagement. Business decisions should be based upon reason and fact, and the investigative services of FSI are purposefully designed and deployed to aid in both.
  • Vetting at the speed of business. Sometimes, deals require last-minute information to secure the transaction and mitigate the risk of potentially poor decisions. FSI prides itself on being customer-centric and moving at the speed of business.