No matter where you do business, discover everything you need to know about prospective customers, distributors, shippers, and partners.
Incomplete due diligence reporting exposes your business to existential risks: financial penalties, criminal penalties, sanctions, disruption to operations, reputational damage. Just one transaction with the wrong customer, distributor, shipper, competitor, or partner can have serious consequences.
With so much on the line, you can’t afford to make mistakes. Effective due diligence reporting requires expertise in local markets, changing regulations, and experience in navigating control laws.
LTI due diligence reporting helps you investigate the history, financial status, shareholders, management structure, industry sector, business environment, and marketing strategy of another party before any transaction. We draw on available sources in all relevant languages.
LTI specializes in preparing due diligence reports about Chinese companies looking to receive goods, technology, or software subject to stringent U.S. export control laws. These reports are designed to help you determine whether to seek export licenses before any transaction.
Our due diligence reports typically include a prospective company’s: