Asset search and discovery is a highly specialized type of investigation, demanding extensive experience, access and resources. Every case is unique and must be approached as such.
Consider our track record as of 2016:
- Beacon has assisted clients in identifying more than $165 million in total assets in the past five years.
- Beacon’s success rate finding for undisclosed bank accounts (accounts previously unknown to the client) averages 88% based on our last full year of results.
- Our recent success rate is over 80% for locating stock, brokerage, and retirement accounts.
- Results for all identified accounts include approximate balance within a few hundred dollars or an exact balance when available, as well as the addresses of the branches where the accounts are located or were recently accessed.
- In addition to our work for law firms and corporations, Beacon is a trusted provider of asset search services for government securities regulators and court-appointed receivers, and has coordinated financial investigations with the Securities and Exchange Commission (S.E.C.), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.) and the Department of Homeland Security (D.H.S.).
To discuss an investigation, please call:
Mike Orchard, President or Cassia Mangin, Case Coordinator at:
Our asset search process will discover an individual’s financial interests in the following areas:
• Real or Personal Property
• Motor Vehicles, Aircraft and Watercraft
• Ownership or Interest in Corporations, LLCs, LLPs, etc.
• Judgments, Liens, Bankruptcies
• Checking and Savings Accounts
• Brokerage and Investment Accounts
• IRAs and Retirement Accounts
Our corporate investigations cover the following additional areas of business assets:
• Business Bank Accounts
• IRS-Registered Benefit, Pension, Profit-Sharing Plans
• Identification of Principals, as well as Corporate Parent, Subsidiaries, and Affiliates
• Review of Securities Filings for Public Stock Offerings and Private Placements
• Intangible Assets and Intellectual Property
• Financed Equipment, Federal Contracts, Creditor Claims, etc.
All searches are conducted in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and Gramm-Leach-Bilely Act (GLBA) financial privacy laws.