Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Monday, March 26, 2012

ADVICE ON OUTSOURCING ENHANCED DUE DILIGENCE

If you are a banker whose customer is considering doing business overseas with an unknown company, a lawyer who must vet  a counter-party for a client, or a corporation who is examining a possible business transaction with a new entity, you may find that you must, for reasons of time, lack of experienced staff, location of foreign target, or simply inability to properly perform the task yourself, you may have as need for an Enhanced Due Diligence investigation, to be performed yesterday, if not sooner.

Readers of this column, from time to time, come to me with this problem, because, as consumers of this type of service, they are looking for affordable, yet effective outsourcing of EDD, delivered forthwith. Over the last 20 years, I have seen that, if you are not careful, you end up paying clearly excessive fees to large firms whose staff often miss important information, because they assign your job to staff with insufficiently rounded experience to see the big picture.

If you have an EDD request, send me email, and I will pair you up the appropriate individual to deliver results, without that five-figure bill. Should you wish me to handle it personally, I would be pleased to assist you, at an affordable rate. Send email to me at :     miamicompliance@gmail.com

  

1 comment:

  1. Outsourcing business processes like outbound calls, and writing and accounting works can save company resources and improve productivity. Companies will no longer have to train employees for these duties; they can easily delegate these assignments to companies composed of people who are gifted with the skills needed to tend to the task. But in delegating tasks, the businessman cannot personally participate in the hiring and recruitment of the staff, and supervise the employees. Therefore, it is essential to exercise vigilance in choosing a credible call center or outsourcing company. Your choice of company must be composed of highly competent employee. Otherwise, your business will be at risk.

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