the risk report
The Risk Report database
Welcome to the Risk Report database, the leading source of unclassified information on companies around the world linked to the spread of weapons of mass destruction. Governments and multinational corporations use the Risk Report’s data to screen transactions, review export license applications, and investigate export control violations.
The Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control began publishing the Risk Report in 1995. The Project is a non-partisan, non-profit organization located in Washington DC whose mission is to stem the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction through research and public education.
Safer sales for a more secure world
By listing suspect buyers in sensitive countries, and unscrupulous resellers throughout the world, the Risk Report helps exporters, trade financiers, and governments keep dangerous products out of the wrong hands.
Our experts carefully construct robust profiles of entities of concern using the most reliable sources: government documents, industry databases, manufacturers’ brochures and websites, and credible media reports. Risk Report entity profiles contain a primary name, any aliases, extensive identifier information, descriptions of the entities activities, including corporate hierarchy information as well as key personnel.
The Risk Report’s list of suspect entities goes well beyond those designated by the U.S. and other governments for ties to proliferation, making it an invaluable tool for managing strategic trade.