GGP offers a broad spectrum of investigative services tailored to meet the needs of our clients. We rely on a global network of investigators and forensic specialists to gather relevant information from an array of public and proprietary sources.
Each investigation we conduct is unique and requires a careful assessment by our team of experts to identify the needs and objectives of our clients. Our team will develop a detailed investigative plan to meet those needs and objectives in a cost effective and efficient manner, so our clients can make highly informed decisions to manage their risks successfully in today’s environment.
GGP investigators have expertise in a broad variety of disciplines – including federal, state and local law enforcement, international law enforcement, domestic and international financial regulation, international banking, insurance, and forensic document examination.
Our investigators collect vital corporate financial intelligence from the most current and comprehensive public records databases. We utilize this information in conjunction with proprietary sources to generate essential lead information, which is the basis for our investigative strategies. Ultimately, GGP delivers quality products on time and on budget, so our clients can have a competitive edge in a global market to be more profitable and avoid any pitfalls.
Our client base consists of major international law firms, the pharmaceutical industry, forensic accounting firms, casinos, financial services companies and international governments.
GGP utilizes conventional historical investigative methods, as well as undercover investigations in domestic and international inquiries. With more than a century of experience, our covert investigative capabilities are unparalleled in conducting long-term undercover operations worldwide in all types of fraud, money laundering, theft of intellectual property and copyright infringement.
GGP principals have expertise and experience in the following areas:
- Financial Fraud
- Securities Fraud
- Investment Fraud
- Anti-Money Laundering
- Theft of Intellectual Property
- Copyright Infringement
- Sexual Harassment
- Computer-related Fraud
- Electronic Surveillance Sweeps
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Executive Due Diligence
- Internal Investigations