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When reviewing companies, the decades-old processes used by firms like Dun & Bradstreet, The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, and Vault have mostly been based on three key pillars: data, analytics, and public record filings.

Such reports are generated via online software, and you can get a report in mere minutes or hours.

However, these analytical data-based reports do not really capture the S.W.O.T (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) of a wealth management firm, financial advisor, bank, credit union, accounting firm, consultancy, or any company in particular.

To generate a more reflective company review report, AdvisoryHQ has gone beyond just analyzing data, assets, and the existence and scope of a business.

AdvisoryHQ developed a breakthrough Top-Down “Company Review” Methodology (discussed below) that is carried out by actual people (our research team) versus by online systems or machines.


Should You Request a Review?

A private (your-eyes-only) investigative review of your organization identifies weaknesses that you might not even realize exist.

Getting information from AdvisoryHQ, an objective party, about such weaknesses will allow you or members of your firm to resolve them before they have a huge negative impact on your company’s reputation.

An investigative review also provides a detailed analysis of your organization’s strengths, peer comparative analysis, and insights into your overall performance, so you can build on them.

Competitors can also request a review on their peers to identify strengths, weak points, business opportunities, and threats.

And if you are a consumer or potential client, you can request a review on any company before you do business with them, invest with them, or use their services or products.


Three Types of Reviews

  1. Basic Review
  2. S.W.O.T Investigative Review (Private)
  3. S.W.O.T Investigative Review (Public) 

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Two Investigative Researchers Reviewing Information on a Company


BASIC COMPANY REVIEW


An AdvisoryHQ “Basic Company Review” report is a straightforward simple review of a company, as well as a review of the company’s services, history, founders, executives, quality of services provided, scale of service, and professional reputation.

A Basic Company Review is posted publicly on AdvisoryHQ and shared with the general public. However, if you are interested in a private (your-eyes-only) company report, then see the below section.

Click the button below to request a Basic Review of any company for only $149, or see the below sections for information on our Comprehensive S.W.O.T Investigative Reviews which costs $299 and $399 respectively.  

Basic Review Request 


S.W.O.T INVESTIGATIVE REVIEW
(PRIVATE REPORT)


While the Basic Company Review report presented above involves a high-level review and analysis of a company, AdvisoryHQ’s S.W.O.T Investigative Review report involves a comprehensive due diligence assessment.

Our research team conducts a thorough review of your company’s level of fiduciary duty, transparency, negative news reports, customized services, history of innovation, fee structure, customer experience (positive and negative), quality of services provided, legal injunctions, level of independence, team excellence, legal suits, and the combined wealth of staff experience.

Who Normally Requests a S.W.O.T Review?

Finance related organizations (wealth management firms, financial advisors, small & mid-sized banks and credit unions, accounting firms, online retailers, and mid-sized consulting firms) are the ones that often request a S.W.O.T Investigative Review.

Requesting this report for your firm allows you to identify external weaknesses that you might not even realize are impacting your organization. It also includes an objective comparison analysis of how your company compares to its nearest competitors.

Competitors can also request a S.W.O.T Investigative Review report of your organization for strategic competitive planning reasons.

Is this Report Really Confidential?

Yes, the 30-to-50 pages S.W.O.T Investigative Review (Private) report is only provided to the person requesting the review. AdvisoryHQ never publishes the report publicly.

However, after AdvisoryHQ has provided you with a private review report of your company, you can always request that we publicly post this information on our website.

Top-Down AHQ Score Matrix

At the heart of our comprehensive due diligence research report is AdvisoryHQ’s proprietary “Top-Down AHQ Score Matrix”, which allows you to easily and effectively understand your company’s (or competitor’s) S.W.O.T: weaknesses, lawsuits or legal actions, strengths, trustworthiness, transparency, professional reputation, managed assets, ROI/ROA effectiveness, fee structure, what customers/clients are saying about the organization, and many more.

Illustrative

Complete Details on Score Factors

The Score Matrix is followed by detailed informational sections that provide extensive information on the factors driving each score factor. Also included are recommended executable actions that your organization can take to mitigate identified issues.

Click Below to Request a Review

Click below to request a PRIVATE Investigative Review of any organization for only $399. If confidentiality is not important to you, then you can request a publicly posted Investigative Review for only $299. (See the below section for information).

Request a Private Review Report    


S.W.O.T INVESTIGATIVE REVIEW
(PUBLIC REPORT)


AdvisoryHQ’s S.W.O.T Investigative Review (Public Report) is exactly the same as the PRIVATE report outlined in the section above.

Here are the differences between the two reports:

AdvisoryHQ’s S.W.O.T Investigative Review

Private Report

Public Report

$399

$299

Confidential

Posted on AdvisoryHQ.com

Anyone can request a private report for ANY company

You can only request a public report for your organization

Who Normally Requests a Public S.W.O.T Review?

Firms do not often request a public S.W.O.T report of their businesses—which makes business sense. If there are issues with your business, you want the flexibility to fix them before they become more public. The $100 difference between the PRIVATE and the PUBLIC report is not material enough to warrant going with a public S.W.O.T.

However, after AdvisoryHQ has provided you with a private review report of your company, you can always request that we publicly post this information on our website.

Top-Down AHQ Score Matrix

At the heart of our comprehensive due diligence research and report is AdvisoryHQ’s proprietary “Top-Down AHQ Score Matrix”, which allows you to easily and effectively understand your company’s S.W.O.T: weaknesses, lawsuits or legal actions, strengths, trustworthiness, transparency, professional reputation, managed assets, ROI/ROA effectiveness, what customers/clients are saying about the organization, and many more.

Illustrative

Complete Details on Driving Factors

The Score Matrix is followed by detailed informational sections that provide extensive information on the factors driving each score factor. Also included are recommended executable actions that your organization can take to mitigate any identified issues.

Click Below to Make a Request

Click below to request an Investigative Review (Public) of a firm or product for only $299.

Request a Public Review Report


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