Business reports "creditreform"


The unitary enterprise "Minsk Branch of the BelCCI" offers the business entities of your region to use the service of providing information about a legal entity (non-resident) in order to check up its reliability.


The business reports "Creditreform" - unbiased and up-to-date information on the most important performance indicators of foreign companies. You will be precisely provided with data on the registration and management of the company, the level of solvency and financial condition, marketing and other essential information.


The business reports "Creditreform" are widely used in the foreign economic activity by heads of enterprises, foreign economic activity services, marketing, sales and analytical departments, economic security departments, risk managers.


The business reports "Creditreform" will help you assess the possibilities and prospects of commercial cooperation with foreign partners and promptly check up the counterparties, being important for minimizing business risks and preventing losses.


The reliability of information is guaranteed by the experience and reputation of the international association "Creditreform" (Creditreform International e.V.) - one of the leaders in the EU countries in the provision of business information. The “Creditreform” includes 177 offices in 22 countries of the world. The head office is located in Neuss (Germany). Every year the "Creditreform" is provided with about 16 million reports about companies from all over the world.


The following blocks of information are included in the business reports "Creditreform":

• register information;

• financial information;

• marketing information;

• solvency index.


A standard business report "Creditreform" includes the following positions:

• legal form;

• date of foundation;

• commercial register (registration record);

• founders;

• authorized capital;

• shareholders;

• management contacts;

• general information (field of activity);

• personnel (number of employees);

• turnover;

• real estate holdings;

• active assets;

• liabilities;

• banks;

• payments;

• solvency index.


The solvency index provides a quick assessment of risks for business decisions. It shows the current solvency of the company, it is advisable to use it when making decisions regarding the provision of a maximum loan, determining of payment terms and for other purposes.


The index is calculated on the basis of information received by the "Creditreform" from various legal sources. The calculation method is a proprietary development of the "Creditreform". The index is calculated from 100 to 600 points. 




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