AML data sources

Updated on 14.03.23
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AML API collects potential hits from the most important global sanctions, PEP, crime and watchlists. This list is constantly expanding, as we add more checks. Feel free to reach out to our team if you don't find what your looking for below. It might already be on our roadmap.


Sanctions lists

Global sanctions list regularly updated by governments and multilateral bodies. 

  • African Development Bank Group – List of Debarred Entities
  • Asian Development Bank – Debarment List
  • Consolidated Canadian Autonomous Sanctions List
  • Denied Persons List by the Bureau of Industry and Security – BIS (United States)
  • DFAT (Australia)
  • EU
  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development – Debarment List
  • HMT (UK)
  • Inter-American Development Bank – Debarment List
  • OFAC (United States)
  • South African Targeted Financial Sanctions List
  • UN
  • World Bank Listing of Ineligible Firms and Individuals


Crime watchlists

AML API continuously monitors international most wanted and fugitive lists to ensure you are not doing business with wanted individuals.

  • Attorney General of Tamaulipas Wanted List
  • Australia: Crime Stoppers South Australia
  • Australia: New South Wales crime list
  • Australia: Tasmania Most Wanted
  • Azerbaijan Most Wanted
  • Belgium Most Wanted
  • Brazil, Sao Paulo – Police Most Wanted
  • Brazil: Amazonas Most Wanted
  • Brazil: Ceará Most Wanted
  • Brazil: Espírito Santo Most Wanted
  • Brazil: Paraíba Most Wanted
  • Brazil: Pernambuco Most Wanted
  • Brazil: Public Ministry of the Federal District and Territories Most Wanted
  • Brazil: Rio De Janeiro Most Wanted
  • Brazil: Rio Grande do Sul Most Wanted
  • Brazil: State Secretariat for Penitentiary Administration of Distrito Federal Most Wanted
  • Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives - MOST WANTED
  • Canada: Alberta: Edmonton crime list
  • Canada Most Wanted (Bolo Program)
  • Czechia Most Wanted
  • Cyprus Most Wanted
  • EPA Fugitives
  • FBI Most Wanted Fugitives
  • FDA Debarment List (Drug Product Applications)
  • German Police (Bundeskriminalamt) – Wanted list
  • India most wanted
  • INTERPOL Fugitives
  • Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission
  • Narcotics Rewards Program – Mexican Targets
  • National Crime Agency – UK most wanted
  • Netherlands Most Wanted
  • Polish National Police – Wanted database
  • Slovenia Most Wanted
  • Tajikistan Most Wanted
  • US Drug Enforcement Fugitives List (DEA)
  • USA Alabama Most Wanted
  • USA California Most Wanted
  • USA Delaware County Most Wanted
  • USA Georgia: Fulton County Most Wanted
  • Vietnam crime list


Politically exposed persons (PEP)

SEON's Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) check can include Relatives & Close Associates (RCAs). You can customize who you consider a PEP or RCA based on your risk appetite.

  • Heads of State, heads of government, ministers and deputy or assistant ministers
  • Members of parliament or similar legislative bodies
  • State level leaders (if the political entity is a federation)
  • Municipality leaders (available upon request)
  • Members of supreme courts
  • Members of constitutional courts or other high-level judicial bodies
  • Members of the boards of central banks
  • Members of courts of auditors
  • Members of the administrative, management, or supervisory bodies of state-owned enterprises
  • Ambassadors, chargés d'affaires, high-ranking officers in the armed forces
  • Leaders of intergovernmental organisations
  • Relatives and Close Associate’s (RCA) of a PEP. An RCA is a person who is not a PEP themselves, but who is closely associated with a PEP, either through family, business, or other close relationships
  • Our PEP database currently contains 800,000+ names of PEPs
  • From 236 countries globally



These lists include warnings issued by financial authorities around the world. 

  • ACPR – France
  • Argentina: National Securities Commission Investor Protection
  • Argentina: National Securities Commission Other Entities
  • ASF – Romania
  • ATVP – Slovenia
  • Australia: Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations
  • Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
  • BaFin – Germany
  • Bank of Lithuania
  • Brazil: Securities And Exchange Commission Leave By Judicial Order
  • Brazil: Securities and Exchange Commission Suspension Alerts
  • Brazil: Securities and Exchange Commission Suspensions
  • Brazil: Securities and Exchange Commission Temporarily Prohibited/Prevented
  • Brazil: Securities And Exchange Commission Temporarily Prohibited/Prevented - Judgments
  • British Columbia Securities Commission
  • CBI – Ireland
  • Danish Financial Supervisory Authority
  • FCA – UK
  • Financial Markets Authority (New Zealand)
  • Finansinspektionen – Sweden
  • FinMa – Switzerland
  • FKTK – Latvia
  • FSA – Finland
  • HCMC – Greece
  • HM Revenue & Customs Tax Defaulters Current List Of Deliberate Tax Defaulters
  • Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India Warnings and Penalties
  • IOSCO – Global
  • Magyar Nemzeti Bank – Hungary
  • Mexico: National Baking and Stock Commission Sanctioned Entities
  • MFSA – Malta
  • Monetary Authority of Singapore
  • Office of the Comptroller of the Currency – Enforcement Actions (United States)
  • Security and Futures Commission (Hong Kong)
  • US Securities and Exchange Commission


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