Our team shall study all records and databases containing real and very relevant pieces information for you.
Based on this info, you shall be able to make the best choices: whether to conclude or not a contract, to assume or not a risk - which you can thus minimize.
Litigations in court, imminent bankruptcy, bank interdictions, debts towards the state or suppliers, the non-existence of the company, mortgaged goods, management changes, financial statements - all these are elements that shall help you position yourself in the most effective way when the stakes are high.
In a narrow sense, creditworthiness, or solvency, is the capacity of a debtor to pay. In the broad sense, this consists of any element that could influence how a report or transaction will unfold between a creditor and a debtor (of any kind of obligation).
Such elements are detached from the history of the respective debtors relations, respectively from the data existing within the different databases, whether public or with limited access, as follows, as an example:
Court portals. The legal profile of a person (physical or legal) - determined by the existence or non-existence of law suits in court and the procedural quality of the person - provides many clues regarding the conduct that you can expect from his behalf.
Trade Register. The commercial and financial profile of a company offers valuable data such as management persons and possible changes of it, the amount of the share capital, the existence of ongoing dissolution, liquidation or deletion, and the like.
Insolvency Procedural Bulletin. In the event of high value contracts, especially for a longer duration, it is advisable to ensure that your contractual partner has the financial resources to be able to meet its payment obligation.
National Agency for Fiscal Administration. The tax profile of a person also reveals a lot about his attitude regarding the fulfillment of monetary obligations.
Electronic Archive of Real Movable Guarantees. Sometimes debtors provide you with guarantees to fulfill their obligations towards you, even if those guarantees – consisting most often of goods - have already been set up in favor of another person.
Land Registry. The financial profile of a person or company is outlined especially with the help of the owned immovable property, which are goods susceptible of enforcement in the case of non-fulfillment of the assumed obligations.
National Notarial Registers. The National Notary Record of Creditors, the National Notarial Registry of Matrimonial Regimes or the National Notarial Regime of Successor Options are just some of the registers that notaries have to maintain in order to ensure the disclosure of certain acts or procedures. At the same time, these registers can provide important pieces of information from a wide range of areas.
Benefiting from a range of relevant info about a potential or existing contract partner, either you shall minimize the losses or maximize the earnings, always taking the best decision.
Do not leave important decisions at the mercy of the fate, but make them with responsibility, like a strategist, as is the case with the top companies.