Posts tagged with "credit reports"

Council and EP agreement on the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive
EU Newsletter · 24. June 2022
New rules on corporate sustainability reporting: provisional political agreement between the Council and the European Parliament

Amount of capital reductions doubles in the first five months of 2022
Economy · 14. June 2022
The main reason for a capital reduction is to offset the impact of economic losses on equity.

Rubix Data Sciences appointed Validation Agent for Legal Entity Identifier in India
Members News · 10. June 2022
Mumbai: Rubix Data Sciences (Rubix), a technology and analytics-based B2B risk management and monitoring platform, has been appointed as a Validation Agent of the Legal Entity Identifier India Ltd. (LEIL) in India.

ECB publishes its Survey on Access to Finance for Enterprises between October 2021 and March 2022
EU Newsletter · 09. June 2022
The results of the Survey on the Access to Finance of Enterprises (SAFE) in the euro area for the period from October 2021 to March 2022 indicate that the recovery in firms’ economic activity continued but firms’ profitability was reduced by surging input costs.

Adapt to the new ways or die as the fourth industrial revolution gathers pace
Economy · 07. June 2022
Technological innovation drives economic growth, writes Adrian Ashurst, CEO of Worldbox Intelligence, and businesses will encounter a myriad of new trends in 2022 that will help drive the global economy´s recovery from the COVID-19 induced recession.

Company start-ups decrease 12% year-on-year in Q1 as inflation fallout hits large urban hubs
Economy · 02. June 2022
The number of company start-ups decreased by 12% year-on-year in the first three months of 2022, according to our latest @CRIFVision-net quarterly data.

FEBIS welcomes Professional Partner OÜ as a new member
Members News · 01. June 2022
Professional Partner OÜ is a company established in 2013 in Estonia

Fear of cash flow disruptions in Vietnam
Country report · 31. May 2022
The positive credit growth in the first months of the year is an important signal, reflecting the recovery process of the economy. However, there are still concerns about credit control, tightening and the risk of cash flow disruption from businesses.

European Payment Study Q1022
Economy · 30. May 2022
The European Average Payment Delay decreased for the fifth quarter in a row.

ICAP CRIF Study "40 Top Sectors of the Greek Economy"
Country report · 25. May 2022
In its analysis, ICAP CRIF shows that estimates for the country’s macroeconomic performance are positive for 2022; however, the current developments at an international level are expected to weaken the growth rate of the Greek economy by 1-1.5 percentage points compared to the initial forecasts.

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