Established in 1992 and based in the heart of the legal community in Gray’s Inn, London, De Vere Intellica has for many years served Corporate and Professional clients in the UK and overseas.
The consistent quality of our services and products has led us to being considered a leading provider of investigative research (due diligence, forensic accounting and fraud & insolvency analysis) and litigation support services (asset searches, tracing and process serving) to the legal and financial sectors.
Our in-house multi-disciplinary team includes specialists from all relevant fields. This enables us to advise and undertake work independently or in conjunction with our client’s nominated professional advisers. We have the skills and the knowledge to detect fraud and provide advice to clients on strategy, methods of recovery and future risk mitigation.
These skills are supplemented by specialists in forensic accounting, due diligence, asset location/ recovery and process serving. De Vere Intellica maintains a close relationship with a number of leading Solicitors and Insolvency Practitioners and sits on the panels of a number of leading financial institutions. Our clients include top 100 law firms, prominent banks, asset based lenders, hedge funds and insolvency or legal experts.
We primarily work for financial institutions and legal firms although our clients also include Insolvency Practitioners, Accountants, Business Consultants, Local Authorities and others.View All Services >
Locating hidden company assets and providing assessments of Directors' financial positions.
Our asset trace searches build a picture of the subject’s financial, business and personal circumstances; thus allowing our clients to make better informed decisions.
On-the-ground enquiries can be undertaken for a variety of reasons such as to obtain a valuation of the property, to establish if the property is occupied and if so by who, or to make contact with a resident.
An instruction was received from our client at 9.30am on a Thursday morning who required immediate assistance with the issuing of an Application at the High Court, and subsequent service of the Application on two respondents in separate locations.
In a private matter which came about through a long running neighbour dispute, our client’s cat was stolen by their neighbours on the day they moved house. With no public footprints linking them to a new address (which was located over 50 miles away) and no forwarding.
A leading legal firm acting on behalf of an international finance provider requested urgent service of Freezing Orders on three Directors of a foreign national bank at three separate addresses, two in London and one in Manchester.