Data Sources


ACTA LEGIS offers access to the following data sets for carrying out due diligence during e.g. onboarding or periodic reviews of existing clients:

PEP lists

Information on any individual that is considered a Politically Exposed Person (heads of state, MPs, board members of state-owned enterprises, ambassadors, etc.)

Sanctions lists

Intelligence on any individual or entity (company, consortium, vessel, etc.) that is subject to – or has been subject to - sanctions by different international organizations (the EU, the UN, the U.S. OFAC, UK Treasury, or others).

Watch lists

Entities or individuals fined or subject to other action by global financial regulators, or named in official documentation by global law enforcement bodies (e.g. Interpol, FBI).

Adverse Media

Data on any individual or entity that has been reported in global newspapers, news sites or other media as being involved in financial crime.

Company verification

VAT Number Check (validating VAT numbers of economic operators registered in the EU) and LEI Number Check (validating entity's LEI registration - the global open corporate registry).


Online business credit reports on over 320 million companies of all sizes from 70+ countries worldwide, mitigating the risks of doing business internationally.


A global research tool helping you understand and assess the jurisdictional risk of doing business globally.

Open Corporates

Global database on over 100 million companies and officers in a large number of jurisdictions.

Investigative Dashboard

Global database mapping connections of people and businesses internationally by searching through 400 online databases in 120 jurisdictions.

Panama Papers

Information revealing more than 214,000 offshore entities connected to people, including 140 politicians and public officials, in more than 200 countries and territories.


Datasets of censored or otherwise restricted official materials; 10 million documents and analyses published thus far.

Corruption Perception Index

Transparency International ranks 180 countries and territories by their perceived levels of public sector corruption.