Bangladesh - The country has been hailed by The Economist as the new Asian Tiger. And the investor appetite reflects this. Last year it received its highest ever level of foreign direct investment (FDI) at $3.61 billion, according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. This sharp rise illustrates the untapped potential within the domestic market and the lack of FDI Bangladesh has attracted until recently.
Consequently, we are also dedicating resources to increase our coverage with the load of additional company information.
All listed companies are being loaded with full financial statements links to ownership over 3% and subsidiaries and investments worldwide.
In addition, the base company data of registered companies.
British Virgin Islands - The loading of entities with Registry Number, Name, Legal Form and registrations for the Gazettes, the total of companies is now over 400,000.
Cayman Islands - The loading of entities with Registry Number, Name, Legal Form and Status has progressed and the total at the end of November is now 216,750.
Democratic Republic of Congo - The loading of entities with Registry Number, Name, Legal Form and Status has finished with a completion of over 100,000 entities.
Eswatini - The loading of entities with Name, Legal Form and Status has finished with a completion of over 51,000 entities.
Germany - With a final objective of 4 million entities we have loaded so far 1.2 million entities registered in the company register in Germany. 2 million active and approximately the same number of inactive ones. New company registrations will be loaded daily, as well as mutations and inactivations.
Smaller Country loads
In the continuing work to meet the ever-increasing interest in company information including ownership links in smaller countries, we are reporting monthly the increases:
Angola - Commercial scale and stated priorities for infrastructure, industrial and agricultural development. The total of identified companies is now over 14,000.
Ivory Coast - With an average annual growth of over 8% between 2012 and 2019 (World Bank, 2021), it is a growing regional hub with a potential gateway mainly to French-speaking Africa. The total of companies identified is now over 22,500.
Sierra Leone - In the months of October and November new companies increased by 1,509 entities.
Liberia - The Liberian Registry has become the preferred tanker flag in the world, with the recent addition of 2.7 million gross tonnes of new tankers. In October new companies with manual research increased by 1730 entities, and the total of identified companies is now 12,880.
Sao Tome and Principe - Growth in the last two decades was driven by agriculture, tourism, oil-fuelled foreign direct investment, but mostly by government expenditure propelled by external aid and government borrowing. The total of identified companies is now over 1,200.
Financial statement loads in various countries
We have organised with our desks in various countries to increase the number of financial statements on entities as they become available.
Ghana - Full data research, including latest financials available for 30 entities added in the month.
Thailand - Full data research, including latest financials available over 400 entities added in the month.
Legal Notices for:
British Virgin Islands In October a total of 4,139 and in November a total of 1,899 published notes containing Liquidations/Struck off and other Notices.
The following chapters are covered: Statutory - Company Notices Statutory - Other Notices Commercial - Appointment of Liquidator Commercial - Struck off Notices Commercial - Other Liquidation Notices Commercial - Other Commercial Notices
Hong Kong Between October and November there were 748 published notices of Public Notices from the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Gazette.
The following chapters of Supplement 6 are covered: Special Resolutions Notice to Creditors Final Meetings Notice of appointment of Liquidator Annual Final Meeting
Indonesia Gazette - Berita Negara
We have updated 177 entries of companies going into liquidation and bankruptcy in the months of October and November.
Singapore In October a monthly “Strike Off” List with 4,902 entries published by the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority; in November the number of entries was 5,089.
Switzerland Notices by SOGC, based on the daily filings in the Swiss Commercial Registry with 22,636 records in October and 21,465 records in November.
The following Types of Notices are available: New Registrations / Incorporation Mutations Liquidations Cancellations Commercial - Other Commercial Notices
United States of America - Data from Bankruptcy lists in October were 487 and increased by 377 records in the month of November, which reflects both increasing activity; however, also a number of companies emerging from bankruptcy following either agreements with creditors or sale of businesses.
The following Chapters of the Bankruptcy Code are covered: Chapter 7: Liquidation Chapter 9: Reorganization for municipalities Chapter 11: Reorganization businesses and individuals Chapter 12: Reorganization family farmers and fishermen Chapter 15: Cross-border insolvency, foreign Companies with U.S. debts
PLANNING - DECEMBER 2021
Germany - Continuation of load of entities from the company register in Germany with a final objective of 4 million entities. We will be loading new company registrations within 24 hours, as well as mutations and inactivations.
Kenya - Load of approximately 72,000 entities with Registry Number, Name, Legal Form and Status.
Smaller Country loads Ongoing research work.
Angola, Ivory Coast and Togo.
Financial statement loads in various countries We have organised with our desks in various countries to increase the number of financial statements on entities as they become available. We are presently working with: Ghana, Pakistan, Tanzania, Thailand and Uganda.