In today's global business environment, knowing the risk associated with international business
partners is critical. Business verification and risk assessment ensures stronger relationships,
reduces exposure to regulatory penalties, and helps protect your company from fraud.
That's why Experian created the international business credit report. Our international
business credit report enables you to identify risks and build trust more quickly.
What you need to know
Doing business with companies across international borders
carries elevated risks. Our international reports enable more accurate risk assessment, reduces
potential fraud, and helps you comply with regulatory requirements. Here are some challenges
that companies deal with when doing business globally:
International business credit reports
- Stiff penalties from failure to Know Your Customer requirements.
- Increased exposure to fraud and other risks due to lack of currency, availability,
and depth of information on international partners and suppliers.
- Significantly higher costs of acquiring reliable international business information.
Experian's international business credit report subscription plans provide access for up to 10 reports $450/yr, 20 reports $750/yr over a 12 month period for companies located in Austria, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and the United Kingdom. Once your limit has been reached, the standard pricing per report goes into effect. This plan automatically renews each billing year unless you cancel it. Need more than 20 reports per year? Ask us
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Experian also provides international developed profile reports for companies located in Australia and Mexico. You order the report online and we will prepare it within 1 to 7 business days and notify you when it's ready to review.
Our international reports provide a snapshot of key elements associated with a business, including:
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- Country-specific business information
- Business name and address
- Registration information
- Business facts
- Credit risk ranking
- Financial and management information
- Negative facts including Judgments, Bankruptcies, Injunctions to pay, Tax arrears, Insolvencies, Bad payment experiences, and more