Posts tagged with "Insolvencies"



PORTUGAL: NATIONAL BUSINESS DYNAMICS - 1ST HALF 2021
Economy · 24. August 2021
In this article, we intend to evaluate the dynamics of the Portuguese business sector, to analyze the geographic pattern of the companies, the phenomena and the moves that they undergo over a five-year period.

CRIF AUSTRIA EXPERT TALK: IMPENDING WAVE OF INSOLVENCIES POSES RISK FOR HEALTHY COMPANIES
Economy · 18. June 2021
The expiry of coronavirus state aid may mean bankruptcy for many companies from the middle of the year. The strict liability of entrepreneurs is an often-underestimated danger with personal consequences.

CRIF BUERGEL STUDY: RAPID INCREASE OF PRIVATE INSOLVENCIES IN GERMANY
Economy · 09. June 2021
Private insolvencies in Germany jumped in the 1st quarter of 2021.

Corporate insolvencies in Europe, 2020
Economy · 08. June 2021
Massive intervention by national governments prevented the Corona crisis from triggering a wave of insolvencies in Europe.

CRIFBÜRGEL: Insolvency risk in the travel industry
Economy · 26. February 2021
In the Corona crisis, travel agencies and tour operators are among the hardest hit industries in Germany. In June 2020, 85% of the travel agencies and tour operators surveyed saw their existence threatened.

Economy · 25. November 2020
In total, 5,482 new companies were registered in Q3, representing a 3% year-on- year increase, compared to the same period in 2019. Despite this increase, overall start-up figures for year to date are down 12% when compared to…

Economy · 13. February 2020
Overview Ireland records highest start-up figures in 13 years: 71 new companies formed every day in Quarter One. Despite Brexit uncertainty, 12 counties saw double digit start-up growth, according to our latest figures. • 6,413 new companies created between 1 January 2019 and 31 March 2019, up almost 14% for the same period in 2018 • Professional services enjoy growth; construction sees modest increase and finance down slightly • Dublin (up 24%), Cork (up 13%) and Limerick (up 8%) all see...