The world’s first analytic tool that tracks and maps the global business transactions of Chinese and Russian companies, including their complex family tree connections, to provide a complete understanding of a company's overall track record of activity. Our coverage is global and is updated daily by a full-time staff based in Washington, DC.
Janes IntelTrak offers a range of search filters that permit the user to navigate based only on those data points that are relevant to them. Customized notifications are also provided to users daily.
Alerts provide detailed analysis of those deals that raise specific strategic concerns or considerations, including risks or threats pertaining to the context of the individual deal. Janes analysts are scrutinizing its transactional research on a daily basis in order to determine which deals might raise special consideration.
Alerts provide clients with streamlined content and finished analysis, complementing the in-depth, impartial information of the Transactions layer.
Entity Risk Tracker
Janes IntelTrak includes the Entity Risk Tracker that offers access to a comprehensive database of risk events attributed to Chinese or Russian companies enabling the generation of readily available entity risk profiles for thousands of companies. The risk events catalogued cover national security, human rights, environment, labor concerns, quality control issues and other allegations.
The Country Reports layer of content offers off-the-shelf, regularly updated reports on over 80 countries, covering the posture of Chinese entities and economic interests across an array of locations around the world. The Country Reports provide connectivity also with the Transactions and Entity Risk Tracker content offered elsewhere in Janes IntelTrak.
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