Map Connections. Mitigate Risk.
Sayari provides instant access to structured business information on over 413 million companies and 472 million of their key people in nearly 200 countries worldwide. We’ve collected 2.02 billion corporate disclosure documents and we’re just getting started.
Million Key People
Our Customers Include:
Authoritative Data Collected & Connected
Every piece of information displayed in our products is linked to an original source document that has been extracted from an official source. These sources represent years of company formations and changes, litigation filings, asset transactions, intellectual and industrial property applications, internal commercial and foreign trade activity, civil registry notices, and many other types of public records.
Assessing risk is best done with official, carefully sourced data derived from authoritative government registries.
We Support Complex Organizations:
Powering the next generation of financial crime and risk management.
Navigate third party and supplier risk to really know your counterparty ecosystem.
Combat financial crime, illicit networks and gain visiblity into opaque and hard target countries.
Preset and customizable financial crime graph analytics powered by the most scalable database technology on the market.
Visualization & Search
Hundreds of millions of pre-built profiles, corporate hierarchies, and network visualizations, searchable globally.
Full API Documentation
Easily integrate our global corporate data into your workflow.
Our Latest Resources:
As bad actors devise innovative ways to move and launder illicit assets and authorities around the world demand more, financial crime teams – and the regulatory regime more broadly – need to adapt to be more effective at countering illicit finance. From terrorist...
The Russian invasion of Ukraine and subsequent rounds of U.S. and international sanctions have shifted considerable attention towards identifying assets owned or controlled by Russian oligarchs and other politically exposed individuals. This task will not be easy –...
On Mar. 5, 2022, a veteran Russian parliamentarian introduced an amendment to shield Russian civil servants from sanctions “by unfriendly states,” the latest in a series of moves by the Russian government to limit transparency. For a more comprehensive discussion of...