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Reports include financial data where available, shareholders, directors detrimental public records, company status and key ratios. The level of information available is very much dependant on the information filed at the company´s registry. Please visit the country pages for specific filing requirements in each country.
The following company documents are available in most cases, although availability varies between countries due to specific country filing requirements. Visit each country page for a precise list.
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In the countries where companies are legally required to file financial statements, we usually obtain financial data in the form of electronic extracts or as original documents from registry offices, government departments or banks. These figures are extracted and added to the report in a standardised format. In other cases, we may obtain either a summary or full financial figures direct from the subject company provided they are willing to disclose such data.
Only if they have been filed and made available to the public. This depends on the filing requirements in each sepcific country. It can be assumed that financial data will be available on public companies registered in countries where such entities are quoted on an exchange. Where the law in a specific country requires private companies to file financials, not all companies will necessarily do so, as penalties for non filing are almost nonexistent in some countries. In addition, the level of reporting may vary according to specific criteria such as turnover thresholds or business type. For a list of account filing requirements for each country, please return to the country index and click on the relevant country.
By their very nature, offshore companies are set up to ensure that disclosure of names of beneficial owners, their activities and financial performance are kept to the absolute minimum, and often not disclosed at all. Therefore, our reporting capability for offshore companies will often be limited to whatever public record data we are legally able to obtain, though in some cases we are able to obtain additional information from other sources. Credit ratings are not possible with offshore registered companies due to the lack of pertinent data.
The main offshore financial jurisdictions include: