Consultores en inteligencia empresarial


Clients

Among our clients, we list Spanish and foreign publicly traded companies, law firms, SMBs and high net worth individuals. We are proud to have established a trusted relationship with most of them and, in some cases, even friendship.

We are delighted and amazed by how often our clients recommended us to trusted parties of theirs and we consider this as the best endorsement one can receive. We keep doing our best for our great clients.

Our Clients

Chart by Client Type:

  • Foreign Publicly Traded Companies
  • Spanish Publicly Traded Companies
  • SMEs
  • Other Private Investors
  • Financial Entities
  • Start-ups
  • Lawyers

Chart by client type and sales

  • Other Private Investors
  • Lawyers
  • SMEs
  • Spanish Publicly Traded Companies
  • Foreign Publicly Traded Companies
  • Financial Entities
  • Start ups

Recent success cases

Analysis performed in the context of a litigation

Our client, a major international law firm, asked us to study the composition of the board of directors of a Spanish company with which they were going to start a lawsuit to try to recover an outstanding debt. Our analysis matched the results of some relevant academic research papers, allowing us to question the congruity of the legal vs the factual business model. Moreover, we could prove that when the debtor committed to paying the debt they already knew they would be unable to do so. The parties eventually reached a settlement which our client considered “very satisfying”.

Corporate investigation

A publicly traded company requested us to determine whether certain allegations about alleged bad practices carried out by three executives were true. We were able to bring our client on board and with their involvement, we had legitimate access to lots of information that allowed us not only to confirm that certain allegations were true, but also to uncover a serious situation which could have potentially brought down an entire division of the company. In this case the key factor for success was the open and transparent collaboration between our team and the client’s. We all learned a lesson here – when there is trust, results can be amazing.

Company risk assessment and forensic investigation

A foreign company detected irregularities in the management activity of one of its key executives. After carrying out an internal, initial assessment of the situation, the company called us to request specialized assistance for the a) assessment of the problem, b( its impact on the business operations and c) strategy to isolate the issue and find evidences to sue the executive. Our team was able to provide all the requested assistance and a forensic analysis of the executive’s laptop provided evidences of the wrongdoings. Our chain of custody protocol was key in bringing the evidences before the judge, at which point the executive had to withdraw his pretensions he had filed for unjust dismissal.

Executive Due Diligence

A major international investment fund contacted with our due diligence team to deepen their knowledge and understanding of a Spanish company whose majority stakes it wanted to purchase.  The fund also wanted to check the target company’s executives’ reputation in order to get a better picture of their skills and background and thus decide whether or not they would have had a chance to stay in the case the acquisition were carried out. In the course of a three-week project we uncovered strength and weakness of both the target company and the executive team. The acquisition eventually was made (and publicly announced), but one of the key executives was excluded of the deal due to issues we uncovered and which exposed his integrity in the past.

Shareholders’ dispute - reputation due diligence

An international company in the financial services industry needed to check the background and reputation of one of its candidates for a post in the board of directors, in representation of a major investor’s interests. After thoroughly digging into this executive’s professional background, information published years before showed that he did not handle certain aspects of the business activity properly – and that was key to make a decision about whether the person was fit for the post. Our client determined he was not.