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Banking Credit Bureau (SRBI), www.sbcb.skThe Banking Credit Bureau was launched on October 1, 2004. The operator of the register is the Slovak Banking Credit Bureau company owned by the three banks which co-founded the register. These are Slovenská Sporiteľňa, VÚB, and Tatra Banka. Currently, 16 banks are members of the register.

Banking Credit Bureau (SRBI), www.sbcb.sk
The Banking Credit Bureau was launched on October 1, 2004. The operator of the register is the Slovak Banking Credit Bureau company owned by the three banks which co-founded the register. These are Slovenská Sporiteľňa, VÚB, and Tatra Banka. Currently, 16 banks are members of the register.

Non-Banking Credit Bureau (NRKI), www.nbcb.sk
The Non-Banking Credit Bureau was launched on June 25, 2008. The operator of the register is the NBCB Company – The Non-Banking Credit Bureau, founded by six leasing and two instalment-purchase companies: ČSOB Leasing, BOF, Volkswagen Finančné Služby, VB Leasing SK, Tatra-Leasing, UniCredit Leasing Slovakia, GE Money and Consumer Finance Holding.

SOLUS,www.solus.sk
The SOLUS association of corporate entities was launched in 2005 with the aim of protection of selected services provided to consumers. It provides a platform for cooperation of member companies especially in the field of securing quality of claims originating from their operation. The members maintain an onlineregister of data about their clients – specifically, consumers who have significantly violated their duty to fulfil their obligations. Its current members are ALD Automotive, mBank, Cetelem Slovensko, Cofidis, Credium Slovakia, Home Credit Slovakia, Profi Credit Slovakia, s Autoleasing SK, Telefónica Slovakia and Zuno Bank.

Source: Websites of the registers and companies

Topic: Finances and Advisory


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