In Spain, the starting point for finding company information is the Registro Mercantil Central (RMC), Spain’s official trade register. The RMC covers Spain on a high level, only holding central company data, and all companies in Spain are obliged to register their business there.
Finding company information
In Germany, you can find company information in the Company Register (Unternehmensregister). This central platform stores legally important company data such as financial and accounting reports, shareholder information, etc.
In this article, we explain how commercial registration works for companies in the Netherlands.
In Poland, company information is held by 3 different bodies. The Central Register and Information on Economic Activity (CEIDG) holds information on entrepreneurs who are sole traders (self-employed) or partners…
In this article we’ll focus on what company information is available to the public regarding companies registered in California.
In California, you can search for information on a business entity through the website maintained by California’s Secretary of State.
Information on Indian companies is maintained nationally as well as in the state they are registered. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) maintains a national database of information on Indian companies and limited liability partnerships (LLP).
The United States does not have a national registry of companies. Companies are registered in each individual state. To find information on a company, you must search the appropriate databases…
In Switzerland, the commercial registry of companies is held at cantonal level. The cantons are responsible for maintaining the commercial registry and the federal government has oversight
What company information is available to the public for companies which are registered in France. There are multiple bodies who hold company details.
In this article we’re going to be focusing on what company information is available to the public for companies which are registered in the United Kingdom.
If you decide to enter into a contract with this supplier, then your Accounts team may well pay an external organization to carry out a credit risk analysis for you. But, before you get to that stage, what company information is freely available to you and what can it tell you about the new supplier?