Any claim is an investment—to recover what’s rightfully yours requires time, energy, and money. At the outset of any piece of litigation or complex debt recovery it’s therefore imperative to determine the likelihood of netting a return.
To do that with confidence three questions need to be answered:
- Has the other side got money?
- How likely are they to pay?
- What are our options if they don’t?
The more contentious the situation and the better your counterparty’s preparations, the harder it can be to find conclusive answers—and the more important it becomes to do so.
Join us to hear Matt Taylor, managing director, and Chris Morgan Jones, senior advisor, examine the art and skill of evaluating a subject’s willingness and ability to pay, including:
- Reading a subject’s public profile for clues about recoverability
- Identifying and scoring investigative opportunities
- How competing claims can be a hindrance and a benefit
- Using source intelligence to reach a confident assessment