COVID-19: Economic situation analysis
CRIF's companies analyses on economic effects from the COVID-19 lockdown measures around the world.
COVID-19 and bank loans in Europe
CRIF's position paper summarizes some of the key measures defined by the main European institutions as a result of the current extraordinary situation.
Austrian Federal Government COVID-19 measures do not lead to a deterioration of the creditworthiness of companies.
COVID-19 measures affect companies and sole traders
Measures may affect up to 34% of companies and the same percentage of entrepreneurs. The worst affected region is Karlovy Vary.
Increase in corporate insolvencies due to the Corona Pandemic
After 10 years of decline in corporate insolvencies, the corona crisis will cause significantly more companies in Germany to slide into bankruptcy again in 2020, according to projections by the information service provider CRIF BÜRGEL.
COVID-19 and Irish start-ups
CRIF Vision-net Business Barometer shows 29% YoY decline in Irish start-ups during early stages of pandemic.
Moratorium for companies
73,000 requests in the first few weeks after the launch of the Cura Italia measures.
Italian biomedical sector
CRIF INDUSTRY OUTLOOK analyses the impact of Coronavirus on the biomedical sector
CRIF Economic Outlook for 2020
The impact of COVID-19 is expected to lead to a 23% drop in Italian company margins
Lockdown and startups
CRIF AG took account of all those businesses that were entered into the Commercial Register for the first time from 18th March to 14th April 2020 and compared them with the period from 18th March to 14th April 2019.
Cyber security risks due to Coronavirus
This major global event presents increased cyber and data security risks as cyber criminals develop tactics to opportunistically profit from the emerging environment.