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In-depth and independent due-diligence on any company anywhere in the world.
In today's globalized economy, Due Diligence plays a critical role in making a success of a prospective business transaction, whether it be a merger, a contract with a new supplier or establishing a partnership with another company. The sole purpose of the due diligence is to minimize and manage risk before embarking in any kind of cooperation. At the end of the day, your company's standing, reliability, and degree of success, all depends upon selecting suitable and dependable customers, investors and partners.
Business Information Report
Our Business Information Reports can help you conduct due diligence checks and enable faster decision making without additional risk. With access to 200 million companies across the globe, CRIF's Business Information Reports helps you verify the identity of companies, validate shareholders and minimize risk associated with third-parties. Our reports help in the following risk assessments:
Supplier risk Assessment: Organizations need to analyze their spend on an ongoing basis, identify active suppliers, and cleanse and normalize the data to arrive at a comprehensive view of the supply base. Which suppliers pose the greatest risk to the organization’s major product launches, expansion plans or projects? Which suppliers can disrupt ongoing operations if their deliveries are affected? Which suppliers pose the greatest risk to the organization’s reputation and brand, regulatory compliance and the ability to meet ecological, health and safety plans? Companies should consider these questions and CRIF’s Business Information Report in order to gain a deeper understanding of the risk. Supplier Risk Assessment works best when the risks are predicted in advance and when they are related to the type and magnitude of business impact that they can drive.
Buyer Risk Assessment: A good buyer risk assessment rigorously evaluates an organization’s current buying relationships with its vendors. It begins by identifying potential threats to the organization and rating each threat based on its likelihood of occurrence as well as the potential impact if it occurs. CRIF’s Business Information Reports keeps you up-to-date and enables you to identify less risky buyers.
Knowing a buyer means not only evaluating a buyer’s performance today but also having some insight into how this could change over time. This process of buyer assessment and that of the goods or services being sold in the right market at right quality is termed as buyer risk assessment. For a buyer to be reliable it must guarantee a pre-defined quality level in term of goods, services or solutions provided; this means being ready to prevent situations that could negatively affect the required standard.