Are you interested in investigating companies and uncovering cross-border connections that have been hiding in plain sight?
Then you’re definitely going to want to watch this masterclass video from Graham Barrow, Director of The Dark Money Files…
From Latvia and back, via the UK, New Zealand and Belize (to name just some locations he touches on), Graham skilfully illustrates the critical role of open company data in corporate investigations.
He uses a combination of OpenCorporates, Companies House and OpenOwnership to discover and unpick a complex web of relationships between companies and their directors.
Any due diligence researcher, investigative journalist or corporate investigator will tell you that corporate records are critical to their everyday work. This masterclass delivers a powerful reminder of the insights that can be uncovered in open company data – so much so that we’ve now made it recommended viewing for all new OpenCorporates’ team members.
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