Asset & Skip Tracing

Asset and Skip Tracing

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Asset Tracing

Integrity Malaysia has extensive experience in tracing the assets of individuals or companies who might be evading their creditors. Asset searches are useful in situations of loan or credit default, insolvency proceedings, company valuations and assessments in the cases of new partnerships, mergers, and acquisitions, as well as circumstantial evidence in cases of embezzlement, white-collar crime, misappropriation of funds and assets, etc. These inquiries involve tracing and identifying the assets of a particular entity or individual, including locating land, real estate, stocks, company shareholdings and other business interests, inventory, financial resources, vehicles, and others.

Skip Tracing

Skip tracing is the process of locating an individual who is difficult to find and has gone missing. This technique is commonly used to locate witnesses for investigative purposes or individuals who are avoiding creditors or law enforcement agencies. In any case, Integrity Malaysia requires a clear and verifiable reason for finding the individual.

Our inquiry includes desktop searches, discreet approaches, field visits, and surveillance. Our reports provide the address and contact details with supporting pictures of the targeted individual.

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