This month marks three years since the launch of the Panama Papers – a groundbreaking collaboration between hundreds of media organisations coordinated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. On a Sunday evening in early April in 2016, hundreds of media outlets began to publish stories revealing how complex offshore structures are used to hide money, … Continue reading 3 years after the Panama Papers, European Parliament votes to open up company data
It’s an exciting time for OpenCorporates – as our database continues to grow, so does our team. In order to support us as we scale, we’re looking for an exceptional individual with vision, leadership skills, and the ability to help OpenCorporates develop as an open, effective and collaborative team. As Head of People, you will have … Continue reading We’re hiring: Head of People
OpenCorporates is growing, and looking for more great bot and scraper coders – to help fulfil its mission to open up the world's official public information on companies.
I’ve joined the OpenCorporates team as an Account Executive. I will be working to support and grow OpenCorporates’ clients and partnerships to support the public mission as much as possible.
Interested in German company data? You need to come to the Open Data Day this Saturday, March 2, in Berlin...
In Germany, the incorporation of companies (and subsequent changes) is handled not by a central register, but by district courts (‘Amtsgerichts’) – in fact by around 150 such courts (out of a total 600). Unfortunately the identifiers each court issues are neither unique to that court, nor to Germany...
In the midst of the news of the German company data, you might have missed this blog post by Anti-Money Laundering expert Graham Barrow. It’s a great blog, and one that we think shows how OpenCorporates is a key part of the workflow of anyone investigating companies – so we’re cross posting it here too. While … Continue reading Guest Blog: A Day in the Life of an Amateur Money Laundering Investigator