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Multinational companies face a myriad of challenges in doing business globally, including safeguarding IP, mitigating headline risk, and complying with the alphabet soup of sanctions and export controls. Our cutting-edge platform swiftly identifies hidden risks across your suppliers, customers, partners, and investments, ensuring that you stay ahead in the game.
Spot opportunities and risks that others can't with better information and the context that's critical to evaluate partners, win bids, source critical parts, make investments, or take policy actions with confidence.
Quickly conduct the critical analysis that your team needs by tapping into timely, reliable and comprehensive data about the world’s leading businesses.
Shed light on who owns, and ultimately controls a company or financial institution. Find insights into a company’s affiliates and joint-venture partners. Search millions of company profiles to gain insights into the operations of global brands.
Who are the suppliers, distributors and overseas partners of multinational corporations? We help you find them.
Our platform helps companies conduct background checks on their acquisitions, investments and overseas affiliates.
WireScreen has detailed profiles on hundreds of firms that in recent years have been added to the U.S. government’s sanctions list.
WireScreen was founded in 2019. It is a division of The Wire Digital Inc., a news and data startup based in New York City. Its affiliated company is The Wire China, a weekly digital magazine.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist who previously worked at The New York Times, David has more than 15 years of experience covering China and using corporate records.
A former financier who worked in private equity, Lynn has spent more than a decade analyzing corporate data. She studied chemistry and finance in China and Japan.
An engineering leader who co-founded Nautilus Labs and worked at Google, Attentive, and ActionIQ. He studied electrical engineering and computer science at UC Berkeley.
An experienced revenue leader, Brad has built teams serving sophisticated clients at FactSet and Factor Law. He studied Political Science, Philosophy, and Economics at UPenn.
A senior engineer who has worked at Google, Twitter, and Kensho, the AI company acquired by S&P. Leonid earned his PhD in computer science from M.I.T.
We are fortunate to work with some of the leading venture capital firms.