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As 2023 draws to a close, it’s time for us to reflect on our second year of operation - and to give you a little preview for our third.· 2023 · Company
We’ve built a new custom data export with sanctioned securities to make it easier to screen asset management portfolios for sanctions risks.· Securities · Screening
We're taking the plunge and publishing our methodology on collecting PEP data to serve the industry as a potential reference point in a challenging area of compliance data.· PEP · Coverage · Transparency
The Transparency Fabric aims to combat money laundering, terrorist financing, and sanctions evasion by mapping GLEIF's universal entity identifier, the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI), to both Open Ownership and OpenSanctions' datasets.· GLEIF · BeneficialOwnership · Graph
OpenSanctions is constantly improving our services, and we’ve just released a new version of our API software, `yente`, that lets users try a new matching system. False positives and accuracy are a wicked problem across the AML space, and we’re actively working to improve the precision of our results.· Matching · API · Scoring
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Collections are data distributions provided by OpenSanctions that combine entities from many sources based on a topic. Learn more...
This distribution includes the data collected by OpenSanctions that meets quality standards and would be useful in a screening system or for investigative use.
Consolidated list of sanctioned entities designated by different countries and international organisations. This can include military, trade and travel restrictions.
Special interest collections contain selections of the data that are more specialised than the default collections.