The Sole Proprietorship Report provides you the sole trader business information you need. It contains information from different public sources, such as chambers of commerce or official registers, as well as investigations carried out within the professional circles of the sole proprietor.
The Sole Proprietorship Report, as well the online as the Investigated, contains the following information:
- Risk-Credit Information. Informa's Rating is a classification system of a business' solvency, it gives a business risk objective qualification and an opinion on the credit limit on a sole proprietorship.
- Legal Information and Administrative Claims. Information coming from administrative claims, public bodies and judicial procedures related with the business and professional activity of the sole proprietorship.
- Trade and Legal Information. Official information published in official gazettes or newspapers. Sole-proprietorships are not required to register any act in the Mercantile Registry, although exceptionally, there may be some act published in the BORME for this type of legal form.
- Business Information. Information related with the business activities, brands, trade names, or number of employees (in case this information is available) of the sole-proprietorship.
- Financial Information. Sole-proprietorships are not required to file their accounts but sometimes also have information on sales, supplies and financial results.
The information available in this report comes from public official sources, every day more than 150,000 data are processed into our Spanish Database. Our team of analysts would help you to locate the information you need on the businessmen - sole-proprietorship with whom you are going to begin commecial relations. Request an Investigated Report and do not run into business risks.