An article on the French news website Rue89 mentions the 2015 Arachnys Compass in a piece on open data and the fight against corruption in Ukraine.
"In the latest Arachnys Compass ranking of openness, Ukraine “received our maximum score in the corporate category,” Long says, and was only squeezed out of the overall No.1 spot by USA and UK."
"When David Cameron, the British prime minister, vowed to crack down on the dirty money flowing into UK property, the real estate industry took note. While some dismissed it as an attempt to create headlines, others saw his remarks as signalling greater scrutiny."
"... In the Arachnys report, Britain ranked No. 2 behind the United States, with an overall score of 83 out of a possible 100. It fared best in the areas of corporate transparency (perfect score of 100), but received scores of 75 and 74 for litigation and media transparency, respectively. Other...
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“[…] Arachnys has researched 2015 jurisdictions via its Compass 2015 platform - a guide to uncovering company information and court records - and British Overseas Territory the Turks and Caicos Islands, ranks bottom due to its lack of a public corporate registry, its court records not being...