More often, than ever before, companies are now required to take a risk based approach to compliance when assessing not only potential new clients, but also their existing customer base. EU directives (such as the 4th Directive on Anti-Money Laundering) are major driving forces behind this need.
A CRIF Vision-net.ie account is the ideal tool to assist with both the initial due diligence checks as well as the ongoing monitoring and assessments which are also required.
It provides an online gateway to the latest information on Irish, UK and Worldwide companies with new documents being added daily and in real-time. The service can also be tailored to provide bespoke solutions to specific issues which greatly reduce financial and time costs by improving efficiencies and enhancing corporate synergies.
In terms of Irish data, so far this year we've already added over 233k new company documents. These include:
- 42,180 sets of annual returns (with director, secretary and shareholder details)
- 33,858 sets of new financial accounts (P&L & Balance Sheet details, where available)
- 20,131 change of company director/secretary forms
- 603 insolvency related documents (appointments of liquidators/receivers)
Added to that, we've also published details of 155 Meetings of Creditors (to appoint a liquidator), 7,911 new company start-ups and 6,997 new businesses.
All of this information, augmented by the other key data streams that we can provide (bad debt judgments, insolvency, revenue default, etc.) ensures that we have the compliance solution for you.
To find out more about the option that best suits your business, please contact our compliance specialists on Tel: +353 1 903 2660 or email email@example.com today.
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Company start-ups remain strong while insolvencies fall by 30% in the first half of 2018