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Tracks people, companies and assets in offshore jurisdictions and identifies resources to help journalists in their research.
Hunts down tangible assets and their owners such as property, cars, yachts and factories. Focus on public records in the United States.
Tracks companies, people and assets in the Russian Federation, and identifies relevant databases in the country.
Tracks hidden assets and business interests across the Balkan countries and in broader Eastern Europe.
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Catalogue of research databases
Below is a collection of the most useful public data sources for investigative reporting compiled by OCCRP's researchers.