Photo by Serhiy Kniazev, Facebook About 400 illegal attacks to seize assets are reported in Ukraine annually. "The city of Kyiv and Kyiv region are in the lead by the number of raider attacks. A total of 1,253 corporate raids have taken place here over the past seven years," the OpenDataBot monitoring service of Ukrainian companies&#39; registration data said. Read alsoChina&#39;s CNBM asks Zelensky to protect its Ukrainian-based subsidiary from raiders "Dnipropetrovsk and Kharkiv regions ranked second with 200 and 191 attacks, respectively," it said. In total, 3,242 raider attacks were registered in Ukraine in the past seven years. Since 2014, the number of such attacks have increased annually. Only in the last two years, the dynamics insignificantly slowed, it said. The largest number of raider attacks (724) was recorded in 2017, while the smallest number (279) was reported in 2014. "To counteract raider attacks, experts recommend that companies monitor their status, property and registration data," the Service added. UNIAN memo. OpenDataBot is a platform for working with publicly available open data. The company collects, combines and analyzes data from the country&#39;s main public registries. The service operates in popular instant messengers, namely Telegram, Facebook Messenger, Skype, and Viber, which allows getting the latest information about companies.