These are the primary data sources from which information is retrieved by the credit bureau’s specialised data extraction solutions. Data is received through a direct arrangement with the State Enterprise Centre of Registers or through an individual agreement with another specified register.
Real Estate Cadastre and Register (RECD). The State Enterprise Centre of Registers created a register that records information on immovable property, property rights and legal facts. Data from the Real Estate Register is made available to governmental bodies, as well as natural and legal individuals.
The Register of Legal Entities (RLE) stores a legal entity’s documentation, yearly financial statements, asset valuation reports, information about a legal entity’s legal status (reorganisation, bankruptcy, liquidation) and the addresses of its registered office, branches and representative offices.
Register of Asset Seizure Certificates
The state register in which property seizure acts adopted by state institutions (officials) in line with the method specified by legislation is referred to as the Register of Asset Seizure Certificates.
Data transmission (extract) of a population registration object in response to an automated request.
International Link Registry
The worldwide Creditinfo system enables both Lithuanian and European enterprises to analyse their creditworthiness and develop partnerships with other companies. Creditworthiness reports are immediately available for companies registered in Germany, Sweden, Ireland, Finland, Belgium, Norway, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and France. Creditworthiness reports on companies from other countries are prepared within 2-6 working days.
We use information from more than 20 other sources.