Due Diligence

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Strategy Risks provides detailed research and due diligence to uncover and analyze crucial information involving global companies, Chinese companies, and the People’s Republic of China (PRC).

Working with corporations, investors, regulators, and nonprofits, Strategy Risks excels at uncovering, analyzing, and contextualizing data linking companies, individuals, and the Communist Party of China (CPC). Our findings arm senior decision makers with in-depth research, insights, and risk assessment, enabling them to think more strategically about China, and to have a deeper understanding of risks.

As it is neither safe nor smart to conduct sensitive research in China, the New York City-based Strategy Risks uses open-source information, proprietary research methodology, and internal databases, and researches primarily in Chinese. This approach positions clients to better manage their regulatory, supply chain, operational and other risks, and to better adhere to their compliance guidelines.

What Our Due Diligence Clients Can Expect

Engaging in due diligence with Strategy Risks means receiving a comprehensive analysis that goes beyond surface-level data. Our clients can expect in-depth insights into the political, economic, and regulatory environments of China. We specialize in identifying and evaluating risks, providing thorough background checks, market analyses, and legal compliance assessments. Our approach is meticulous, ensuring that every aspect of due diligence is covered with precision and depth, thus enabling our clients to make informed and strategic decisions in their business engagements.


Hundreds of years of combined experience in the China and geopolitical risk space

Questions addressed may include

Who are the the actual owners of the target company, including beneficial owners?

What are the Chinese or foreign company’s links to the CPC, and how does that compare to other companies in the industry?

Is the company directly owned, wholly or partly, by entities using forced labor, or entities in Xinjiang?

Do reports indicate the company has made or contemplated investments in Xinjiang? What type of investments, and are they still active?

What implications do those investments have for the company’s exposure to forced labor?

Is the company directly owned, wholly or partly,
by PLA entities?


China Exposure Analysis

Audit target businesses ‘exposure to PRC entities presenting risk – such as sanctioned, state-controlled or state-security organizations. This helps clients ensure a more holistic view of businesses’ risk and exposure.

Xinjiang Due Diligence

Investigate target companies’ exposure to PRC forced labor. This product helps clients ensure compliance with the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) in the United States, the Modern Slavery Act in the United Kingdom, and the laws of other nations restricting ties to certain PRC entities.

PLA Due Diligence

Research target businesses’ exposure to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) military, to reduce the risk of partnering with or investing in a sanctioned or controversial entity.

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