Panama Papers

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists released the Panama Papers on May 9 2016, a searchable database with information on more than 200,000 offshore entities that are part of the Panama Papers investigation. This dataset is one of the largest ever released of secret offshore companies and the people behind them.

RDC has cleansed, curated, and ingested the profiles into our platform, making it easy to take our client’s portfolio of names and run them against the Panama Paper list, generally with no lift from our clients. Clients have the option to screen against the full list or only against the entities with other negative information. Clients can simply get a list of all potential matches if required.

From this dataset, thousands of our risk profiles have been augmented with other risk-relevant negative information including, global negative media mentions, identification as or associations with hundreds of PEPs, connections those on sanctions lists, and connections to entities doing business with Iran.

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