Nona Patronite, Founder/CEO
Nona Patronite has provided investigative services for businesses for over 35 years. For almost 20 of those years, she has led the investigative team at InSolu, Inc. specializing in services for the legal and financial sectors across the United States and abroad.
Nona began her investigative career with the Criminal Division of the Internal Revenue Service, first as an Investigative Assistant and later as an Analyst. After 12 years in various advancing positions, she shifted her interests to the private sector and quickly became involved in a wide range of investigations involving financial transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, class action suits and proxy contests, to name a few. She also conducted traditional investigations in support of litigation. After honing her skills, Nona co-founded her first company based in Maryland, specializing in due diligence and litigation support. Subsequent to the dissolution of that partnership, Nona worked as part of the start up team of a large investigative firm with offices in New York and Washington, DC. Like the positions before, she worked as a senior investigator/case manager on a large variety of investigations including complex litigation, tax evasion, embezzlement, insurance and healthcare fraud. After six years, she made the decision to establish her own firm and subsequently relocated to Florida.
Having developed vast expertise across a variety of corporate investigative practice areas, Nona recognized the need for personalization in providing services and made this a core component of her organization’s operations. InSolu is committed to offering the most in-depth and complete information possible based on each client’s situation and requirements.
- Every client has unique needs and parameters for making decisions of a vital nature.
- Every client deserves to have access to the best and most thorough information to make those decisions.
- InSolu works with its clients to identify and develop the information that is paramount to their changing needs.
- Discretion, responsiveness and reliability are critical and are a part of daily operations and practices.
Nona is a member of the National Association of Legal Investigators (NALI) and the Florida Association of Legal Investigators (FALI). In her spare time, Nona enjoys traveling, thoroughbred horse racing, sports and music.
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