Now you can use official public notices to gather intelligence on business activity in Europe
Is timely data about corporations critical to your business? Government gazettes are the notice of record for many key events. For example, a notice about company liquidation will appear in the gazette weeks before appearing on the company register, and will contain information you can’t find elsewhere.
IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT 2014 AND IN THE MATTER OF BOYLE POWER WASH LIMITED (In Voluntary Liquidation) At a General Meeting of the Members of the said Company, duly convened and held at Harcourt Hotel, 60 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 on 17 ...
Company-related gazette notices are essential signals in credit, notifying of both major credit events (winding-up notices, creditors meetings, liquidations, mergers etc) and minor ones (filing of annual reports, changes in share capital, changes in registered address). We can supply continually updated feeds of gazette notices via the OpenCorporates API, or regularly updated dumps via SFTP.
Gazettes notices are critical when on boarding new clients, as they contain important information linked to the legal entities to which they refer – information that is typically not in company registers, including previous liquidation events, and KYC signals. The data in OpenGazettes can be seemlessly integrated into your onboarding process via the powerful OpenCorporates API.
Gazette notices contain subtle and critical information for investigators, information that is not available at any other public source, including references to shareholders, directors, addresses, and professional advisors (e.g. auditors, lawyers). OpenGazettes free-text search allows millions of gazette notices across multiple jurisdictions to be searched simultaneously in seconds.