Posts tagged with "B2B Trade Risk Information"

Data Act: Council adopts new law on fair access to and use of data
EU Newsletter · 28. November 2023
Yesterday, the Council of the EU ratified the agreement in trialogue on the proposal for a regulation on harmonised rules on access to and fair use of data (Data Act).

Debtor Atlas Germany 2023 – Return of over-indebtedness
Economy · 15. November 2023
5.65 million citizens over-indebted / “hidden increase” in over-indebtedness / over-indebtedness ratio of 8.15 percent / trend reversal due to persistent inflation and high interest rates / recession as a driver of over-indebtedness

Changes to UK company law
Economy · 27. October 2023
In one of the most significant moments in our history, the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill has become law.

Is the middle class running out of steam?
Market Monitor · 25. October 2023
Constricted by bureaucracy, unsettled by the economy and paralyzed by rising costs - Creditreform's current analysis of the economic situation and financing in medium-sized businesses shows very clearly: Companies in Germany are looking bleakly into the near future. They spend a lot of time and energy trying to cope with the general conditions instead of investing resources in further development. How long can this last?

European Commission Work Programme for 2024
EU Newsletter · 20. October 2023
The document outlines the achievements of the last four years of the mandate and what remains to be done to realise the ambitions set for a stronger and more resilient Union and to prepare for the challenges of tomorrow.

ESG Ratings and Sustainability Risks in Credit Ratings: ECON Draft Report Made Available
EU Newsletter · 12. October 2023
The ECON Committee published the draft report on the ESG proposal.

AI Act - status update
EU Newsletter · 05. October 2023
According to the Head of Office of Rapporteur Axel Voss (EPP, Germany), a provisional agreement on the AI Act proposal by the end of this year may be possible, but it depends on the progress made during upcoming discussions.

3 In 10 Directors In Ireland Are Female
Economy · 04. October 2023
In Ireland today there are 304,688 active companies trading. From our latest research, this equates to 637,001 directorships. Over the past 23 years, Ireland has witnessed a noteworthy transformation in the composition of directorship positions, particularly concerning gender representation. We thought it would be interesting to look at the statistics around the difference between male and female directorship in Ireland today.

The role of Business Information Providers in Risk Management for M-SMEs
Economy · 29. September 2023
According to the last instalment of the Study on Credit Risk Management in Spain, supported by Iberinform and Atradius – Credito y Caucion, only 34% of the Spanish companies have their own credit risk committee. While this might seem odd considering the macroeconomic situation in the country and, specially, taking into consideration that in 2021, 58% of the companies participating in this study had such structures in places. More strikingly, 37% of companies do not use solvency criteria to

Help in case of data theft: SCHUFA offers free service to protect against identity fraud
Members News · 28. September 2023
SCHUFA is expanding its identity fraud protection services with a free solution: With SCHUFA's new service, consumers can find out in seconds whether they have been the victim of data theft: The SCHUFA-IdentChecker searches for personal data from sources on the Internet, Darknet and Deep Web. Consumers can thus find out whether sensitive personal data such as IBAN, ID or credit card numbers have been circulated without authorisation and receive concrete recommendations for action.

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