Private investigation firm from Trinidad sets up office in Guyana


See full statement issued by the GCCI below:

President of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI), Mr. Kester Hutson, on February 13 met with Mr. Inshan Salamut, Managing Director/Chief Investigator of Confidential Investigations Agency (Guyana) Incorporated, a private investigation firm that specialises in civil and criminal investigations, and security services.

Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, the company recently opened its local branch noting a need for investigation services in Guyana given the massive rise of economic activity in the country. Mr. Salamut related that with several overseas businesses currently flocking to Guyana and seeking partnerships with local companies, CIA sees a need for investigative expertise that can conduct due diligence on any foreign company coming to Guyana, ensuring the legitimacy and reputability of those businesses, and protecting local companies from potential fraudsters. Mr. Salamut explained that the company will also be looking to offer the training and certification of individuals as security personnel. The company is eager to become a member of the GCCI, collaborate with the private sector and contribute to a safer economic landscape.

Mr. Hutson welcomed the company to Guyana on behalf of the Chamber, noting that he sees the company adding value to the business community by adding a higher layer of security for businesses.

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