Special Analysis Service


Service list

1.1. Investigation of an individual – detailed information that provides an opportunity for a comprehensive assessment of a person who poses a threat to the owner to identify his unreliability, financial condition, vulnerability

  • Definition of relations: family relations, vip-persons, proxies, joint commercial interests
  • Determination of the property status of a person and his environment (material support and property rights to property)
  • Definition of participation in enterprises
  • Determining the accountability of the person (to whom it is subordinate) and the sphere of influence
  • Identification of vulnerable parties (tax evasion, fraud and other illegal activities)
  • Development of a relationship scheme for an individual

1.2. Financial and economic study of a legal entity – a comprehensive study of the financial and economic activities of a legal entity

  • Definition of the main activities of the enterprise Identification of reliability / legality or transit / fictitious enterprise
  • Assessment of the enterprise, as well as potential partners and competitors
  • Determining the methods of conducting financial and economic activities (in terms of the legitimacy of operations)
  • Identification of vulnerabilities (tax evasion, fraud, theft and other illegal activities)
  • Identification of key counterparties
  • Determining the reasons for the fall in profits
  • Investigation for cashing out funds of an enterprise
  • Assessment of the reality of counterparty fulfillment of its obligations
  • Determination of financial risks based on the financial statements of an enterprise
  • Prevention of a possible raider attack

1.3. Financial investigation

  • Identification of facts of financial fraud
  • Establishing reliable reasons for falling profits
  • Identification of unlawful actions of employees that entailed negative consequences
  • Identification of facts of fraud and theft in the enterprise
  • Building a system to combat fraud and prevent theft

1.4. A comprehensive analysis of export-import operations is an element of intelligence research related to information and analytical activities aimed at improving the competitiveness of a company in foreign economic activity

  • Clarification over a certain period of the dynamics of changes in the volume and price of exported / imported products
  • Determining the list of countries supplying / consuming a certain type of product
  • Definition of the list of exporters / importers of a certain type of product
  • Determination of the regional affiliation of competitors of exporting enterprises
  • Determining the list of main consumer enterprises (not only importers) of a certain type of imported products
  • Conducting an analysis of the counterparty’s activities for the availability of assets, determining the beneficiaries, affiliates, circle of related enterprises
  • Identification of new products in demand outside the country, with a slight change in the production process
  • Definition of imported products in high demand Identification of new export directions for product sales

1.5. Verification of compliance with tax, currency and other laws

  • Prevention of the risk of non-cooperation by partners / clients
  • Neutralization of a company’s vulnerability from competitor’s actions
  • Prevention of the risk of a tax authority revealing violations of tax laws and, as a result, the absence or significant reduction of fines and penalties
  • Preparation of adequate answers to questions that tax inspectors may have during the audit
  • Optimization of the financial and economic activities of the company
  • Optimization of tax burden on a company
  • Making managerial decisions regarding the possibility of an “independent” tax audit

Business intelligence and business economic security

Business intelligence, as an element of the economic security of a business, is aimed at minimizing possible risks and preventing threats, ensuring stable continuous economic activity, gaining advantages in doing business and making additional profit. All other areas of security (legal, informational, private security, personnel), one way or another, are ultimately reduced to the economic component. The goal of any businessman is such a state of his organization, in which maximum protection is achieved from the negative impact of external and internal threats, destabilizing factors, when a sustainable realization of his commercial interests is ensured.

The following main threats to economic security are applicable to almost any business entity:

  • hostile activity of competitors and third parties, unfair competition;
  • counterparty fraud and / or insolvency;
  • illegal fraudulent actions by staff;
  • threats from criminals;
  • threats from government.

In addition, the situation is aggravated by the instability of the political and economic situation in the country, against which fraud, espionage, corruption, raiding and other illegal methods of economic struggle become possible.

To minimize risks and prevent existing threats, you must first of all have the necessary information about what is happening inside the company and in its external environment. Therefore, the key element of economic security is competitive (business) intelligence – a powerful market research tool aimed at identifying the intentions of competitors / contractors, studying the main business trends, analyzing possible risks and threats to develop managerial decisions in order to increase the company’s competitiveness. The results of competitive intelligence are used in the strategic planning process and are the basis for decision making by company management.

Through business intelligence (competitive intelligence), a company can:

  • ensure timely receipt of reliable and comprehensive information about current and future financial and economic opportunities of the main competitors and persons who pose a threat to business;
  • to determine the consequences of the actions of the main competitors and persons who pose a threat to the planning of measures to neutralize them;
  • collect accurate and complete information about events and subjects in the market that affect the goals of the company;
  • identify and track the political weight of individual competitors and individuals who pose a threat, and their impact on the business market.

The main analytical tools for competitive intelligence are:

  • study of the financial and material condition of an individual, collection of characterizing information;
  • financial and economic research of a legal entity;
  • comprehensive analysis of export / import operations;
  • current and prospective analysis of the competitive environment.

In addition, the personnel component is one of the determining areas of economic security, since it is precisely the human factor that underlies the vast majority of risks. Negative actions of personnel can entail both reputation and direct material losses for the client. Personnel security includes the following main tasks:

  • development and implementation of a system for selecting and accepting candidates for work;
  • checking working employees and determining their loyalty to the company (including polygraph test);
  • assessment of corporate culture and development of recommendations for its adjustment;
  • identification and prevention of fraudulent and unlawful actions on the part of working and dismissed employees;
  • HR audit;
  • safety training for staff;
  • crash test for company personnel.

Owning a tool package developed for solving the above tasks, SAS Company can collect and analyze all the necessary data and develop a set of measures aimed at comprehensive protection of the business structure and its economic interests from various types of threats. Only having reliable information about the business environment is it possible to make decisions that will positively affect the financial component of your business.