Get instant access to company information from Polish business registers as well as other open and proprietary data sources through one of our solutions. Below you will find a list of all business registers in Poland from which we obtain data with their detailed description.
National Court Register (Krajowy Rejestr Sądowy KRS) is the database of companies of the Ministry of Justice, in which all Polish enterprises are registered except for sole proprietorships and civil law partnerships. In this main business register in Poland we find registration data, financial data and arrears / claims of joint-stock companies, limited liability companies and limited partnerships, branches of foreign companies, as well as foundations and associations.
Central Registration and Information on Business (Centralna Ewidencja i Informacja o Działalności Gospodarczej CEIDG) is a nationwide database of entrepreneurs conducting sole proprietorships and partners of civil law partnerships of natural persons. Therefore, the CEIDG business register Poland includes only entries of natural persons conducting business in Poland. The data on all other companies is kept by the National Court Register.
The REGON database maintained by the Central Statistical Office of Poland (GUS) is the national official register of entities of the national economy, in which each newly registered company in Poland is assigned a serial number and PKD (NACE equivalent – business classification code, on the basis of which we recognize the industry in which a given company operates). The source also provides lists of branches of a given company.
Court and Commercial Gazette (Monitor Sądowy i Gospodarczy MSiG) is the official website run by the Ministry of Justice. Provides access to the bankruptcy list of entities – their data, information about the court and reference numbers of the proceedings, the length of the period for action and the full content of the announcement.
Colloquially known as the White List (Biała Lista), the electronic List of VAT Taxpayers of the Ministry of Finance is a nationwide database of all entities registered and unregistered in VAT. Contains among others such accounting-relevant data as the taxpayer’s VAT status and company bank account numbers.
Polish ultimate beneficial owners register (Centralny Rejestr Beneficjentów Rzeczywistych CRBR) is a nationwide database of UBOs run by the Ministry of Finance.
The Public Procurement Office (Urząd Zamówień Publicznych UZP) runs the Central Portal of the Public Procurement Bulletin BZP, which stores all the results of tenders announced in Poland – winner, contracting authority, amount and date details.
Registers and lists of the Polish Energy Regulatory Office (Urząd Regulacji Energetyki URE) gather information on all energy enterprises with a liquid fuel license and in a scope other than liquid fuel.
From registers maintained by the Office for Competition and Consumer Protection (Urząd Ochrony Konkurencji i Konsumentów UOKiK) we collect information about whether a given business entity is the subject of a decision by UOKiK and whether a judgment has been passed in its case.
The list of public warnings issued by the Polish Financial Supervision Authority (Komisja Nadzoru Finansowego KNF) informs about suspected offenses committed by a given company under art. 171 section 1-3 of the Banking Act
It is an application available on the Electronic Land and Mortgage Registers website kept by the Ministry of Justice in Poland. It allows users to view the content of the land and mortgage register along with the references made by the court. The data in this system are consistent with the state of the Central Information on Land and Mortgage Registers in Poland (Centralna Informacja Ksiąg Wieczystych CIKW)
The SUDOP Public Aid Data Sharing System run by UOKiK allows verifying companies that have benefited from aid funds such as the Anti-Crisis Shield, de minimis aid, etc.
The Gielda-długów.net online platform is one of the most popular and largest debt exchange databases in Poland. Its advantage is both up-to-date debtors’ data and the volume itself (tens of thousands of claims with a total value of hundreds of millions of zlotys).
The online debt exchange długów dlugi.info is one of the largest websites enabling debt trade in Poland. Various entrepreneurs issue there unpaid invoices, unpaid loans and awarded debts – we provide this kind of data in our business risk reports.
The Kaczmarski Inkasso debt exchange database is run by a comprehensive debt collection management company that has existed for 30 years. The company is a partner of the economic information office BIG KRD SA. The value of cases reported by Polish companies on this debt exchange amounts to over PLN 400 million.
Economic Information Bureaus (Biura Informacji Gospodarczej, BIG) are the only institutions in Poland legally designated to collect and provide information on unreliable debtors. They do it for a fee. If you have a contract with them or plan to do so, we can integrate their data with your system.
Official companies websites confirm the information about the entity reported in the registers and serve as an additional source of contact details.
Google Maps is an online service that allows to search for specific addresses and see in street views how the company headquarters really looks like. Screenshots with a photo of company addresses are included, among others in our due diligence reports.
The list of politically exposed persons (PEP) in Poland created independently by Transparent Data has been developed on the basis of public registers and databases. It contains data such as name and surname, position together with the function category suggested by the AML Act, date of birth and term of office.
Currently, the largest global PEP list, Every Politician, contains data on over 78,000 politicians from 233 countries. The database exists thanks to the British company mySociety and is part of their charity project UK Citizens Online Democracy.
Automatically aggregated data from the CIA Factbook World Leaders Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments are one of the most reputable sources of information about persons in prominent political positions. The CIA updates its inventory weekly.
The European Committee of the Regions (CoR) is a list of all politically exposed persons, who are currently acting on the European Committee of the Regions. The list contains details of members representing local and regional authorities in the 27 EU Member States.
One of the largest international lists of PEP Rulers.org contains data on heads of state, heads of government, ministers and leaders of political parties of all countries in the world.
The Peppercat Legislators list is considered to be one of the largest PEP databases. List contains information about over 89,000 politicians from around the world.
The Members Of EU Parliament list gathers data on all members of the European Parliament (so-called MEPs). Currently there are 751 politicians from 28 countries.
List contains information about presidents and politicians from around the world. Currently, it has over 25,000 people.
This PEP list is a database of Russian public officials. It has been compiled for financial regulators (banks, payment organizations, exchanges, etc.) to assist in the detection of Russian PEPs and those associated with them.
“Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) of the European Union (Sanctions EU)” – a consolidated list of people, groups and entities subject to EU financial sanctions. “Financial Sanctions Files (FSF) of the European Union (FSF list)” – a list of financial sanctions, published by the European External Action Service (EEAS). The ‘Sanctions Map’ – the EU Sanctions Map website contains mostly the same data as the EU Consolidated List.
Consolidated United Nations Security Council Sanctions List is a list of all individuals and entities subject to measures imposed by the Security Council.
“Consolidated List of the National Belgian List and of the List of European Sanctions” is a database maintained by the Federal Public Service of Belgium. “Financial Sanctions” –
is a list of Belgium’s financial sanctions by The Federale Overheidsdienst Financien (FOD).
“HM Treasury (HMT) Financial sanctions: Consolidated List of Targets” is an up-to-date, digitized list of UK sanctions maintained by its government. “Current List of designated persons, terrorism and terrorist financing” – a sanction list of the UK government, it includes entities related to terrorism and terrorist financing. “Insolvency Disqualified Directors” – the list is maintained by the Insolvency Service, reporting to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). “OFSI Consolidated List of Targets” – this list may include military, commercial and travel restrictions.
“SDN List Specially Designated Nationals And Blocked Persons List (U.S. Treasury)” – a list of individuals, groups and entities such as terrorists and drug traffickers. “US OFAC Consolidated (non-SDN) List” – this sanctions list is a supplement to the SDN List. “Foreign Sanctions Evaders (FSE) List (U.S. Treasury)” a list of foreign persons and entities that have breached sanctions against Syria or Iran pursuant to executive order 13608. In addition, OFAC sanction lists: “Sectoral Sanctions Identifications (SSI) List”, “Non- SDN Palestinian Legislative Council (NS-PLC) List ”and“ Non-SDN Iranian Sanctions Act (NS-ISA) List ”.
“The Denied Persons List” is a list of individuals and companies that have been denied export privileges by the American Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS). “The Consolidated Screening List (CSL)” is a list of sites for which the US government maintains restrictions on certain exports, re-exports, or transfers of goods. “The List of Foreign Financial Institutions Subject to Part 561” (formerly OFAC Part 561 List) – a list of foreign financial institutions that are subject to US sanctions. “List of Persons Identified as Blocked Solely Pursuant to Executive Order 13599 (the 13599 List)” is a list of individuals identified as blocked under US Government executive order 13599.
“French Freezing of Assets” is a list of France’s financial sanctions. It lists all the persons, entities and ships that are subject to the asset freeze sanctions. The list is kept by the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Repair of France.
“The Australian Consolidated List” is a list of all persons and entities subject to targeted financial sanctions or travel bans. It is run by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
“The Canadian Listed Terrorist Entities” is Canada’s sanctions list maintained by the Minister of Public Security. “The Canadian Special Economic Measures Act Sanctions” and “The Consolidated Canadian Autonomous Sanctions List”, which contain sanctions under the Special Economic Measures Act (SEMA) and the Justice for Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act (JVCFOA).
„Argentine RePET (Public Registry of Persons and Entities linked to acts of Terrorism and their Financing)” is operated by the Argentine Ministry of Justice and Human Rights.
The “Swiss SECO Sanctions / Embargoes” is a database run by the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, SECO.
„Israel Terrorists Organizations and Unauthorized Associations lists” is an NBCTF database of the Israel Ministry of Defense that lists individuals and organizations suspected of terrorist activity.
„National Security Sanctions” – database maintained by the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (Рада національної безпеки і оборони України). „Ukraine SFMS Blacklist” is a list of entities subject to financial sanctions in Ukraine. It is run by the State Financial Monitoring Service of Ukraine (SFMS) (Державна служба фінансового моніторингу України (Держфінмоніторинг)). „Ukraine NABC Sanctions Tracker” is a list of suggested sanctions targets related to Russia, compiled by the Ukrainian anti-corruption agency.
“Japan Economic sanctions and list of eligible people” are sanctions imposed by Japan in accordance with its foreign exchange and trade law. The list is kept by the Ministry of Finance in Japan.
„Kyrgyz Nation List” is published by the State Financial Intelligence Service under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Kyrgyz Republic. The “Kazakh Terror Financing list” is a list of people and entities subject to sanctions. The list is published by the Financial Monitoring Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
„Rosfinmonitoring WMD-related entities” is a list of Russia’s sanctions published by the federal agency Rosfinmonitoring (Росфинмониторинг).
„Singapore Targeted Financial Sanctions” – list is maintained by Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). It mainly includes people and organizations related to terrorism.
“The South African FIC sanctions list” is the official South African database maintained by the Financial Intelligence Center (FIC).