Personalized Discovery Solutions for Insolvency Practitioners

Solutions for Insolvency Practitioners:

  • Leverage technology to help IPs “Find the Fraud.” Using existing technology, LDM Global helps to build a chronology of events to uncover whether there was fraud or why something happened at any point in time.
  • Use concept and social analyses to help perform “tracing exercises” and investigations. This can be simply looking at individuals or performing an in-depth investigation using banking information to follow the money and find the fraud.
  • Develop an SQL backend to build models of equitable tracing principles such as the Lowest Intermediate Balance Rule (LIBR), Last In First Out (LIFO), and/or First In First Out (FIFO).
  • Advise on Information Sharing Agreements (also known as Information Management Agreements). An Information Sharing Agreement allows one or more parties to obtain data that is co-mingled with other data. The agreement utilizes an independent party to collect and search the data so that only what is relevant to the party is handed over.
  • On-demand consultation. Consultation is at the heart of LDM Global’s mission. Do more with less and compete with firms twice your size. Gain a competitive advantage by adding us to your team for litigation and investigation support without the investment of a costly in-house team. This allows you to add expertise to your team whenever you need it.


  • Timing. In insolvency matters, it’s important for processes to move quickly. LDM Global will meet set deadlines and be efficient in our deliverables so that you are efficient in your matter.
  • Predictable costs. Whether your matter is big or small, we can offer you options such as standard pricing or fixed fees.
  • It is important to find and preserve the books and records.
    It is important to find and preserve the books and records.

    Organizing the data. Organization allows you to find the relevant information more quickly and efficiently. Let our consultants advise and guide you on complex investigations.

  • “Don’t miss information.” Built-in quality checks to see if there are gaps in the data, such as email communications missing when the other side won’t give you all the information.
  • Protection. One of your first points of business is to secure the books and records. IPs are officers of the courts, so their actions are subject to scrutiny by the courts, shareholders, and creditors. You need to ensure that this is done in a defensible manner.

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