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, November 26, 2018
Giovanni Catinari, Business Development Manager at CRIF, recently delivered a speech on Smart Lending focused on the credit union sector and automation of credit decision processes. Speaking about CRIF’s multi-bureau solution, he outlined how CRIF can help Irish credit unions with portfolio analysis, credit policy review, acquisition strategy optimisation, and simulations.
Antananarivo (Madagascar) and Bologna (Italy), October 31, 2018
CRIF has been selected to develop and manage the first full-fledged private credit bureau in Madagascar
CRIF has been selected by the Central Bank of Madagascar (Banky Foiben'i Madagasikara) through international competitive bidding in a project conducted by BFM and supported by the IFC (a member of the World Bank Group) as the strategic partner to develop and manage the first private credit bureau in Madagascar.
Dublin, Ocotber 15, 2018
Business and company start-up growth slows in first three quarters of 2018 but insolvencies decrease by 23%
- Limerick recorded a 15% increase in new start-ups in first nine months of 2018, according to Vision-Net figure
- New start-up rates on a par with Switzerland and ahead of German
- New business and company start-ups decreased by -7% in Q1-Q3 2018However, new construction start-ups increased by 8% during this period
- Construction, real estate and hospitality all registered an encouraging decrease in insolvencies in Q1-Q3 2018 period
Bologna, Italy, September 25, 2018
CRIF takes 35th place in the IDC FinTech Rankings 2018
For the sixth year running, CRIF has been included in the prestigious IDC FinTech Rankings, taking 35th place in 2018 in the global classification, and top spot among Italian companies. In its fifteenth edition, the IDC FinTech classification assesses the main global suppliers of financial technology based on revenues for the previous calendar year obtained in the hardware, software and/or services sector.
Dublin, July 20, 2018
QUARTERLY STATS: Limerick leads the way in new company start-ups in 2018
Limerick saw significant growth in the number of new company start-ups established in the city and county, rising by +23.2% in the first half of 2018 compared to the same period last year. These new figures were published today by leading business and credit risk analyst CRIF Vision-net, part of the international fintech company CRIF. This growth increase translated into 440 new start-ups in Limerick in the first half of 2018. 5,214 were founded in Dublin (growth of +3.2%), followed by Cork (1,168 start-ups, +3.5%) and Galway (466, +1.3%).