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|Societa a responsabilita limitata (SRL) is a Private Limited Company.|
|Societa per azioni (SpA) is a Public Limited Company.|
|Societa in nome Colletivo (SNC) is a general partnership.|
|Societa in Accomanditari Semplice(SAS) is a limited partnership.|
|Societa Cooperativa (SC) is a co-operative company|
The Statistical Evaluation Index (IVS) assesses the reliability of the subject examined through an analysis of any negative information that is in the public domain and found on the Databank. Specifically, the model can be used to perform an accurate control of negative acts, taken both from historical records and the recent past, in order to determine the level of risk for the names found on the loan application. The result consists of an index generated through an examination of the following types of negative acts:
An additional index (Archives Parameter) makes it possible to highlight the number of information elements used for the calculation of the final index. Each act is then assessed with respect to the following variables, making it possible to establish the importance and the seriousness of the act:
With the IVS model, it is possible to "measure" the reliability of the subject by analysing whatever negative information is found in the public domain and available on the Databank. The index is segmented in seven classes, from 0 to 6. Class 0 indicates that the module is not active, while the figures from 1 to 6 denote the level of "gravity" of the available information. The following table gives an idea of the types of information that generate the different classes of the IVS model.
|Class||Information||Level of Risk|
|6||No negative information in the public domain available.||Minimal|
|5||Negative acts from more than 60 months in the past, involving limited amounts and with a medium-low probability of repetition.||Low Risk|
|4||Negative acts from roughly 36 months or more in the past, involving major amounts or with a medium-high probability of repetition.||Moderate Risk|
|3||"Definite" negatives acts from roughly thirty-six months or more in the past, possibly repeated over time, for major amounts.||High Medium Risk|
|2||"Definite" negative acts of a legal and/or court-related nature regarding the financial assets of the subject being examined.||High Risk|
|1||"Definite" acts that are recent or repeated over time, of a legal and/or court-related nature, regarding the financial assets of the subject being examined.||Highest Risk|
The model also calls for the generation of an additional parameter, named PA, whose objective is to provide a further indication of the number of archives evaluated to generate the final index. This parameter can have a value of between 1 and 3, demonstrating the different types of information implemented in the IVS module.