D&B BIR – Business information report

D&B business report structure


Effective risk management is a major contribution to a company's profitability.
Trade receivables account for up to 40% of a company's current assets and in many cases are the largest type of doubtful assets.
D&B business reports are a useful tool for determining a company's financial position and can be obtained from more than 200 countries.
The information contained in each reference depends on the legal and business environment of each particular country.
The D&B business report contains up-to-date information on the companies' operations and finances, which is sufficient to make an informed decision on the conditions and deadlines for conducting transactions with the respective company.
Types of information typically included in a D&B business directory:

  • Identification
  • D-U-N-S®Number
  • Company registration number
  • Company name
  • Registration address
  • Office address
  • Telephone / fax / e-mail
  • Ratings
  • D&B rating
  • Recommended maximal credit
  • Payment delays terms
  • General data
  • Number of employees
  • Type of activity
  • Form of property
  • Foundation year
  • Public information
  • Judgments, protested bills, liquidations, bankruptcies, etc.
  • Banks
  • Managers
  • Surname, position held
  • Financial information
  • Financial annual report
  • Comparative financial indicators (for 3 years)
  • Capital
  • Sales volume
  • Profit / loss
  • Equity
  • Efficiency indicators
  • Payment processing deadlines
  • Corporate structure
  • History and operations
  • Press analysis