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Bankruptcy and insolvency registers

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Finland has two public insolvency registers. The Register on Bankruptcies and Reorganisation, the Register on Restructuring Private Debts and the Register on Bans on Business Operations are public registers from which everyone can order extracts subject to a charge. Using the data stored in the registers, you can look after your interests when demanding payments or concluding agreements.

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What does the Finnish insolvency register offer?

The Register on Bankruptcies and Reorganisation contains data on applications for and decisions on bankruptcies and reorganisation.

The Register on Restructuring Private Debts contains data on applications for and decisions on restructuring private debts (including payment schedules).

Is access to the Finnish insolvency register free of charge?

No. You need to request the information from the Finnish Legal Register Centre. An extract costs €10.00

How to search the Finnish insolvency registers

The request for information should include the following information:

Register on Bankruptcies and Reorganisation

Data necessary for an order:

  • Company name
  • Business identification number
  • Applicant’s name and address

Register on restructuring private debts

Data necessary for an order:

  • Person’s name
  • Identity number
  • Applicant’s name and address

History of the Finnish insolvency register

The registers contain information dating back to 1995.

Last update: 30/06/2019

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