Identifying state-owned enterprises in the Middle East and Africa
State-owned enterprises (SOEs) are organisations where the state or government has significant control through full or part ownership. The number of SOEs has grown significantly over the past 10 years and, by the end of 2020, the total value of assets in SOEs globally was US $45 trillion (source: IMF 2020). This impressive growth, especially in emerging markets, means it is likely that you are conducting business with SOEs and, in order to minimise both regulatory and reputational risk, it is essential that you understand who your customers and suppliers are.
Our SOE dataset allows you to identify organisations across the Middle East and Africa which are directly or indirectly state-owned and then explore the ownership structure of each. We provide connections up to 6 degrees away from the relevant government/s.
We identify known SOEs held within our database and provide connections, of up to 6 degrees away, to one or more governments operating within the 75 jurisdictions covered on ClarifiedBy.com.
Visibility of whether an organisation is state-owned and how many degrees of separation there are.
We show the percentage ownership between each organisation relationship on the SOE diagram.
Users can unlock an organisation profile and access the interactive diagrams in the Owners section to see known links to all relevant governments.