Credit report can show possible risks when you start working with a company.
You must understand clearly the potential that your partner will fail to meet its obligations and you will have a payment default. Using credit report you can achieve the risk minimization.Learn more
What you will find in a credit report?
Full registration details and company history
Office addresses, phone and fax numbers, e-mail addresses
Activities, products, trademarks
Major suppliers and customers
Information on beneficiaries, shareholders and managers
Data about branches and associated companies
Balance sheet and income statements, information on banks
Lawsuits, presence of debts, sanctions
Creditworthiness and credit recommendations
Professional Partner OÜ provides an independent credit risk assessment and the best credit reports on any company operating in the market of CIS, Baltic States, Europe and Asia.
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When you may need a credit report
Everyone who is working internationaly now have to check their suppliers and customers. Credit reports and KYC, KYB and AML check will help to do so.
There are different purposes, why you should use these informational services:
Verification of creditworthiness of legal entities.
Inspections of legal entities for possible money laundering and terrorist financing.
Monitoring of changes in legal entities for purposes of creditworthiness and possible money laundering and terrorist financing.
Checks whether international sanctions are not applied to legal entities.
Verification of the creditworthiness of natural persons.
Investigations of possible money laundering and terrorist financing of natural persons.
Checks whether international sanctions are not applied to the participants of legal entities - natural persons.
Checks on who managed before and manages legal entities and is responsible for the management of legal entities and whether international sanctions are not applied to these entities.
Checks on who are the beneficiaries of legal entities and whether these legal and/or natural persons are not subject to international sanctions.