Our experience and our connection with the Register of Companies in Italy allows us to carry out company researches and obtain important information and official documents on any Italian company.
What are company reports?
The company report is an informative document that contains the most important personal, legal, economic and fiscal information of a company.
The company report includes:
The company report is provided in two languages, in order to make it easier for companies to provide the required documentation to foreign authorities (with the exception of the copy of the company by-laws and of the last filed financial statements, which are provided in Italian, unless a specific translation is required). A further benefit of the company report is the presence on the first page of the QR Code, the identification code thanks to which anyone can verify, directly from smartphones and tablets (as well as from PCs), the correspondence between the document in their possession and the digital document archived by the system being extracted.
It allows you to take on information about a new client, a business partner or a supplier and can be used by foreign companies who want information about Italian companies, but also by Italian import-export companies to explain their activities to foreign governmental administrations or authorities
It makes it possible to guarantee the existence of the company, verify its economic performance and assess its soundness or its possible state of crisis or liquidation
It allows you to know aspects such as the social composition of a company, the directors and corporate offices, allowing you to know in advance who the people you will be working with or dealing with and their respective roles
Does the company report have a validity limit?
The company report does not have a time limit of validity and therefore its level of updating depends on the date of its release. Moreover, it is an informative document containing certain and official data, but it is not a document certified by a notary public or by a Public Authority and therefore it is not opposable to third parties.
The certificate of good standing ("Certificato di Vigenza")
The certificate of good standing (or "Certificato di Vigenza"), unlike the company report, is issued by a Public Authority, the Italian Chamber of Commerce, and has legal certification value for six months from the date of issue and is therefore opposable against anyone. It can be used to officially certify the existence of the company and, therefore, its registration in the Register of Companies.
It collects the main personal information of the company and includes:
The certificate of good standing is issued both in digital format and in paper format on watermarked paper, on which a stamp attesting the authenticity of the document is applied.