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Italy, Bologna, July 2018

Forbes Focus “The next level of decision-making"

In Forbes Focus, Carlo Gherardi, Chairman, and Eugenio Bonomi, CEO for Business and Global Technologies, talk about CRIF’s vision, strategies and value proposition and how these allow the company to promptly satisfy the increasingly sophisticated needs of markets on a global level.


  • Dublin, July 12, 2019

    Ireland beats company start-up record: 12,142 new companies formed in first half of 2019, or 67 every day

    Nine counties saw double-digit start-up growth; Dublin home to the majority of new companies, according to new CRIF Vision-net figures

    • Company start-ups in H1 2019 up over 5% on the same period in 2018
    • Professional services and social and personal services industries enjoy strong growth, although construction and finance down slightly
    • Dublin (+12.4%), Cork (+2.7%) and Galway (+3%): all continue to see positive increases in company start-ups, but Leitrim records biggest percentage increase in start-up numbers (+57.6%)
    • CRIF Vision-net MD Christine Cullen: “Despite the great ‘known-unknown’ of Brexit and a gentle deceleration in the rapid economic growth of the last five years, Ireland’s economy remains in an overall buoyant state.”

  • 2019 Business Barometer

    CRIF Vision-net carried out the new Annaul Business Report with the very latest business trends facing Irish companies as Ireland's economy continues to grows. It tackles the areas of interest from 2018 and also in the first quarter of 2019.

  • Dublin, April 15, 2019

    Ireland records highest start-up figures in 13 years: 71 new companies formed every day in Quarter One

    Latest figures from business and credit risk analyst CRIF Vision-net show that Ireland’s economy is flourishing despite ongoing Brexit uncertainty. An average of almost 71 new companies were formed every day in the first quarter of 2019, while the number of insolvencies remained consistent for the same period.

  • Nassau (The Bahamas) and Bologna (Italy), March 22, 2019

    The Central Bank of The Bahamas selects CRIF to establish and operate the country’s first credit bureau

    CRIF has been selected by the Central Bank of The Bahamas through an international tender process launched in April 2018 and has been invited to apply for a license to establish and operate the first private credit bureau in the jurisdiction. Following the evaluation process, CRIF was chosen as a strategic partner thanks to its proven track record in the development of credit information systems worldwide.

  • BNP Paribas Personal Finance and CRIF S.P.A.launch SONAR, a pan-European risk flow platform for car dealers credit limit granting and management

    In order to support the evolving needs of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and car dealers in a rapidly changing environment, BNP Paribas Personal Finance and CRIF S.P.A. have developed a scalable, end-to-end credit platform designed at a HQ level, deployed in 14 countries and serving around 7 000  BNP Paribas Personal Finance car dealers.

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