In addition to the experience of its Managing Director, Peter Grossman, FG Capital has developed an extensive and exclusive team of some of the world's most recognized emerging market experts, including analysts, attorneys, investigators and accountants. Working with this select team, FG Capital can assess and manage investment opportunities around the globe: promptly and professionally.
While not FG Capital's sole focus, its team has developed a strong reputation for investigating and exposing financial fraud as part of its management of distressed assets. Far too often, assets become “distressed” as a result of misconduct, rather than market forces. FG Capital has engaged in extensive, multi-jurisdictional asset tracing exercises that have involved many secretive offshore jurisdictions and have yielded hundreds of thousands of pages of evidence. In addition to overseeing civil litigation to recoup assets, FG Capital has developed strong connections with authorities to pursue ill-gotten gains when civil litigation is impractical or insufficient. FG Capital's cross-disciplinary approach to tackling such situations also involves engaging the media, politicians, governments and international organizations as needed to expose and fight corruption.
To date, some of FG Capital's extensive anti-corruption and asset tracing investigations have targeted the Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo-Brazzaville, Zimbabwe, Guinea, Liberia, Libya, South Africa and Iran. These investigations have spanned a multitude of jurisdictions including the British Virgin Islands, Bermuda, Canada, Cayman Islands, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Isle of Man, Israel, Jersey, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Panama, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Turks & Caicos, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States.