Protecting your business

Every business knows there are risks involved in transactions. Whether you’re taking on a new client, investing in a new venture, partnering with another company, leasing equipment or interacting with unknown entities, each new transaction presents its own set of unique risks. It’s important that you have all the information you need to make an informed decision in any situation.

Conducting due diligence doesn’t have to be complicated. We provide a range of solutions that help you find the information you need to understand who you’re dealing with and mitigate your risk. We also help you visualise the results to paint a clearer picture of the situation and make it easier to interpret the data.

Identify risks
Conduct in-depth searches
Streamline compliance
Keep comprehensive records
Prevent fraud
Safeguard your clients
Protect your assets
Guard your reputation

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Solutions to help with due diligence

WebVOI

Verify identity with an easy online tool that scans IDs to run them through facial recognition and document verification for additional measures of due diligence. Learn more about WebVOI.

PPSR

Easily manages your PPSR registrations to protect your property and search the register before hiring or buying property. Learn more about PPSR.

KYC

Delve behind the corporate veil with our international company searching platform. Use one simple search to collect, assess and verify information on people or companies. Learn more about KYCIT.

REVEAL

Use this interactive workspace to instantly map out relationships between people, companies and assets in one simple visualisation. Learn more about REVEAL.

Due diligence news & insights

Why you need a lawyer when you buy a property

Buying a property is a huge milestone and likely to be the biggest purchase you’ll ever make, so it pays to have your wits about you. The process of buying a home can be exciting,…...

The ACT closes in on e-conveyancing mandate

On June 1, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) introduced amendments to the Electronic Conveyancing National Law (ACT) Act 2020 and the Land Titles (Electronic Conveyancing) Legislation Amendment A...

New NSW building law could be a game changer for apartment safety

Matthew Bell, Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of Studies for Construction Law, University of Melbourne This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the orig...

Victoria mandates probate must be e-filed from July 1

On July 1, 2020, the Supreme Court of Victoria launched its eFiling system, RedCrest-Probate. “From that date all applications and dealings with the Probate Office must be filed online.” When a person...

Future-proof your firm: The technology supporting your firm to adapt to recent regulatory updates and new recommendations

In light of COVID-19, the legal profession in Australia has experienced significant change as ways we have always done work have been challenged. Social distancing and the restriction of face to face ...

Secure technology can offer convenience too – here’s how

In the current environment, we all face the challenge of providing our services while socially distancing. Cash flow is under pressure and firms have seen the need to find more effective ways to manag...

QLD passes regulation to allow witnessing of signed documentation via video link

Good news for lawyers in the sunshine state as “The Queensland Parliament has now passed regulations allowing for Wills and enduring documents (including enduring powers of attorney and advance health...

ARNECC recommends Cyber Security Training for firms

Earlier this year, ARNECC released updated Model Participation Rules, one of which covered Cyber Security Training for lawyers. Model Participation Rule 7.2 outlines that ARNECC conducted a security r...

New updates provide clarity on electronic signature usage

On May 6, the Federal Treasurer issued a legislative update allowing company officers to sign documents electronically. These changes will be valid for six months and do not apply to foreign companies...

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