Quilligence can use secure proxy and Internet privacy tools to access and record research subjects’ websites.
This extra level of anonymity may help clients obtain a more thorough view of a subject’s online presence—especially in instances where web servers offer different content to readers based upon their home country.
This tool helps us access information beyond the reach of search engines and mainstream media sources.
We combine the tool’s auto- translation technology with skilled human analysis to develop broader and deeper insights abroad.
These visual analytics help us to pinpoint patterns of anomalous activity in business networks--such as suspicious asset ownership structures, sales of assets, supply chains, and links to terrorists or government officials.
We help clients to harness this data in a meaningful way—such as through customized mapping apps and reports on statistical trends.
In conjunction with leading partners in the field, we can help clients build geospatial analysis into their business research strategies.
We conducted due diligence research for a client preparing to partner with an overseas trucking company.
We identified the company's shareholders, key executives, and key assets and obtained public information regarding business reputation and adverse findings.
* Fictional Example Case
After consulting with the client, we performed a second level of research on the key parties we identified.
The trucking company's beneficial owner is on the OFAC SDN list.
The same group of individuals leads both companies; by masking its ownership of the trucking company through a series of shell companies, the beneficial owner escaped the reach of regulatory sanctions.
By providing this analysis to our client, they were able to effectively navigate the risk and legal consequences associated with this potential business relationship.