Integrity Due Diligence

Expanding your business security horizons to protect you from risks.

Integrity due diligence is the success catalyst for the daunting prospect of conducting adequate background checks on third parties due to increased legislation and regulation, reputational pressures, and scrutiny from regulators and law enforcement bodies.

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  The way a company interacts with government entities and regulators.

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Integrity Due Diligence


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Sanjay Kaushik
Sanjay Kaushik

Managing Director


Sanjay Kaushik
Col Sanganagouda Dhawalgi

Executive Director-FI


Sanjay Kaushik
Dheeraj Sangal

Director – Forensic Investigations (FI)


Integrity Due Diligence (IDD)

In the event of a merger or an acquisition, you may be interested in knowing about the members of the board of directors of the company for their reputation, criminal records, other businesses, their ethical standards, loans, etc. The ultimate goal of IDD is a deeper understanding of the potential partner business, primarily from a risk management perspective related to corruption and to mitigate such integrity risks proactively.  However, you may ask, how can proper IDD be beneficial for your business?

An integrity due diligence focuses on identifying risks not normally revealed through other due diligence processes. It enables you to reduce risk, make informed decisions, pursue opportunities and manage difficult situations with greater confidence. IDD is the gathering of independent information to gain a deeper understanding of the integrity and corruption risks associated with a third party. IDD may also help to expose risks that an organisation might be vulnerable to internally. 

Netrika’s IDD services can offer your organisation ,the means to, both, identify these risks and confirm (or otherwise) information provided to them by a third party. Netrika examines the target organisation’s operations to identify issues that might pose major, but unquantifiable financial or reputational risks to an acquirer.


Examples of major focal points in Netrika’s IDD process include:

  • The existence of any connections between the business and any political figures, as well as how the company interacts with regulators, government entities, etc
  • The nature and strength of any such connections and whether any of those connections have been leveraged for the benefit of the company.
  • The severity, nature, and legitimacy of any allegations made against the company or its key principals relating to bribery, corruption, money laundering, large-scale tax evasion, fraud or asset stripping.
  • Any probable connections between the company and organised crime or terrorist organisation or overall broader risk of exposure to such groups.
What we offer
  • Data with integrity.
  • Our methodologies reflect a strict adherence to industry-recognized standards. Moreover, we deliver one of the highest educations and employment verification rates in the industry.
  • We design products and services that adapt proactively to current and future needs for screening.
  • Compliance-driven Strategies Risk mitigation is a crucial component for successful recruitment when developing the brand.
  • Fast Turnaround Times: To help customers make decisions even faster, we deliver real-time results as they are available, accelerate communications between third parties, and can leverage candidate-provided documentation where appropriate.
  • Global Reach: With today’s globalized workforce, it’s essential that your background check company be able to procure candidate background information from around the world.
  • 100 Years of cumulative Experience You Can Rely On.
  • Member of PBSA- Professional Background Screening Association.

Integrity due diligence service helps businesses acquire unbiased data to understand better the integrity and internal corruption risks that organisations may be subject to and the risks connected with a third party.

Diligence =careful and persistent work or effort. integrity = the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles.

Depending on the structure of your organisation, security audits should be performed once a year because they can provide a snapshot of the vulnerabilities that exist inside your organisation at any given time.

Due diligence falls into three main categories:

  • legal due diligence.
  • financial due diligence.
  • commercial due diligence.

In case of failure to perform required integrity due diligence, a company might face reputation damage, impact on revenue and profit of the acquirer and ineffective compliance programs.

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