PEP & Sanctions screening like you’ve never seen before.
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Experience a new way to search, visualize and analyze millions of open data records in one single interface to uncover hidden relationships around Politically Exposed Persons or persons of interest, sanctions targets and their networks, in just a few clicks - and it's free!
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Uncover shady connections
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Keeping the dirty money of corrupt politicians and their networks out of the financial system and identifying high risk customers are critical to ensure compliance and mitigate risks for your business. OpenScreening is a free tool that combines open data sets for PEPs and sanctions screening unified into a single database with an interactive and intuitive investigation interface powered by cutting edge graph technology.
Quickly search, visualize and explore data, and easily share your findings.
A wealth of PEP and Sanctions data at your fingertips
To effectively screen for PEPs and sanctions, you need detailed and accurate data. OpenScreening gives you free access to sanctions lists, databases of politically exposed persons, other information about persons in the public interest and beneficial ownership records so you can see the bigger picture in just seconds.
Easy identification of hidden connections to risky entities
To stay ahead of the curve, you also need the ability to quickly explore complex networks around entities of interest to identify suspicious connections and precisely assess risks. OpenScreening provides a whole new experience enabling you to visualize and explore direct and indirect connections with PEPs, persons of interest and sanctioned entities. The result: swiftly uncover insights from within the data that you could miss with a traditional approach.
An interactive playground for PEP and Sanctions screening
Simply start by typing and selecting the individual or the organization you’re looking for in the search bar.
See the entity of interest and its direct connections as a graph visualization.
Use analytics to identify indirect connections and pinpoint suspicious connections or UBOs.
Want to share your findings? You can take a snapshot of your visualization to save and share.
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OpenSanctions brings together an international database of sanctions lists, lists of politically exposed persons (PEPs), and parties excluded from government contracts in different countries. This data is otherwise difficult to query because it is published in a multitude of semi-structured formats across dozens of government websites. OpenSanctions collects the data and converts it into a well-defined and expressive format for easy use and integration into third-party systems. Learn more
This International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) database (the Offshore leaks database) contains information on more than 800,000 offshore entities that are part of the Pandora Papers, Paradise Papers, Bahamas Leaks, Panama Papers and Offshore Leaks investigations. The records cover more than 80 years up to 2018 and link to people and companies in more than 200 countries and territories. Learn more
Disclaimer: The inclusion of a person or entity in the OpenScreening database is not intended to suggest or imply that they have engaged in illegal or improper conduct. Many people and entities have the same or similar names. We suggest you confirm the identities of any individuals or entities included in the database based on addresses or other identifiable information. Some information may have changed over time. Please contact us if you find an error in the database.
What is OpenScreening?
OpenScreening brings together data about sanctions lists, politically exposed persons (PEPs), company ownership and offshore entities. This data is made available via Linkurious Enterprise so that compliance professionals, journalists and citizens can conduct more effective investigations into their clients, business partners or elected officials.
Where is the data from OpenScreening coming from?
The data in OpenScreening is coming from the ICIJ Offshore Leaks database and OpenSanctions.
Will you delete data about me?
OpenScreening, by its nature, includes data about many individuals - particularly those mentioned on international sanctions lists, those holding a public office, and those included in published criminal databases. We believe that processing and publishing this data is in the public interest.
If information about you is included in this site and you would like to see it removed, please contact the initial publisher of the information, e.g. the authority publishing the sanctions list, the law enforcement body etc. to discuss the removal of your information.
Once that removal has been processed, please allow for up to one month for the information to disappear from OpenScreening.