In the West, lawyers performing due diligence for a deal or gathering evidence for a case can rely on copious public sources or, when necessary, tough disclosure laws. In China, though, it’s a whole different ballgame.

“In China in particular the public information records are not strong,” says Colum Bancroft, head of the Greater China financial investigations group for Kroll, Inc. “That’s where human intelligence comes in.”

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