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Are you managing fraud and employee issues in the workplace?

Businesses reported more than £40m in losses from employee fraud last year, according to data from accountancy firm RSM. Managing internal fraud or employee issues – either for new or existing staff, can be made more difficult if you do …

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“PAP could lead to 90 days credit for customers”

“PAP could lead to 90 days credit for customers” The PAP (Pre-Action Protocol) for Debt Claims comes into force on 1st October this year and many organisations, concerned about the possible time delays involved in securing funds from debtors, are …

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SIRS acquired by Carnoustie Resources Ltd

NEWS RELEASE   SIRS acquired by Carnoustie Resources Ltd     Strategic Intelligence and Risk Services (Europe) Ltd, commonly known as ‘SIRS’ (or SIRS Europe), has announced that it is the latest addition to the fast-growing Carnoustie Group, headed by …

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Carnoustie Resources Ltd acquires SIRS

NEWS RELEASE   Carnoustie Resources Ltd acquires fellow investigations business   Carnoustie Resources Limited, trading as Carn Global, has announced the acquisition of a closely aligned business in a deal worth six figures.   Strategic Intelligence and Risk Services (Europe) …

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SIRS awarded Insolvency Service contract

SIRS are proud to announce that, as from April 2014, they were awarded a four year contract to provide a range of Investigative services to the Insolvency Service. In particular, professional back up is provided to the Official Receiver Services, …

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Criminal Defence Investigations – Osman Letter

Who knows what an Osman letter /Warning is?  Very few of you, I suspect, and we sincerely hope you never receive one. We recently undertook instructions from a London-based criminal defence lawyer, acting on behalf of a Defendant charged with …

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Case Study – Process Serving – Always use an experienced agent

We received a call one day from a lawyer with whom we worked on a regular basis and whose speciality was matters involving domestic violence. When our agent arrived in his office he noticed that the solicitor’s face was badly …

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Case Study – Process Serving

One Saturday morning we received an urgent call from a lawyer for whom we undertook a lot of work, particularly involving domestic violence. An emergency court had been convened and a judge had issued a very unusual order.  The solicitor’s …

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Case Study – Tracing & Recovering Cranes

We were instructed by a major leasing company to trace and recover £5m worth of cranes. The cranes, which had been illegally sold by the company to whom they had been leased, consisted of two huge tower cranes and a 50’ long …

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Russian Property Fraud – A Case Study

This is an outline of a recent case conducted on behalf of a Russian property company when we achieved a fantastic result for them through our ingenuity, global experience and determination. Our clients owned a number of commercial properties in …

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