CRIF’s platform is a global standard for the management and operation of Public Credit Registries. The Central Banks or Public Bodies of six countries in the world have been utilizing our state of the art technological platform, which includes fully customizable local components, to manage public credit registries or oversee private credit bureaus.
Dublin, October 15, 2018
Business and company start-up growth slows in first three quarters of 2018 but insolvencies decrease by 23%
The figures, published today by business and credit risk analyst Vision-net, a CRIF company, suggest that Ireland’s fast rate of business growth may be entering a more mature phase of growth.
Zurich, October 10, 2018
Reduction of 3.1% in business start-ups in Switzerland in the 3rd quarter
CRIF AG has investigated how many new businesses were formed during the third quarter of 2018, as well as how many companies were dissolved over the same period. They found that 307 fewer businesses were set up than in the third quarter of 2017, which represents a fall of 3.1%.
Hamburg, October 9, 2018
Successful market launch of the b.ONE web portal - Pilot customers show themselves impressed
b.ONE - b.NEW - b.EXCITED - this is the motto for the b.ONE web portal presented by CRIFBÜRGEL. In the context of the market launch of b.ONE, the information portfolios were optimized and modern risk management services expanded.
Bologna, September 25, 2018
CRIF takes 35th place in the IDC FinTech Rankings 2018
The most comprehensive classification of the top 100 technology suppliers in the financial services industry once again cites the Italian group among leading global companies.
Hong Kong, June 25, 2018
CRIF HONG KONG collaborates with Nova Credit to help SME development in the Greater Bay Area
The cooperation agreement was signed during the 7th China (Guangzhou) International Finance EXPO (GZIFE).
Bologna, Italy, June 13, 2018
2018 FIFA World Cup: francophone teams are the favourites according to the CRIF World Cup Score
A study performed by CRIF Ratings (CRIF) on the coming World Cup to be celebrated in Russia concludes that there are macroeconomic and financial arguments that support France or Belgium as the next champions, followed closely by Switzerland.