Certificate for companies with the steadiest financial standing
In the Bisnode international company rating system, the financial stability and business reliability of all enterprises are rated based on a proven system that has been designed by international experts, and whose operation is consistently measured. This is how our company, Dynamic-Csurgó Kft. has been chosen as one of the enterprises with the steadiest financial standing. As a result, our enterprise belongs to those 9.82% of Hungarian companies that have the most solid financial foundations, i.e. are in possession of some kind of Bisnode certificate.
Dynamic-Csurgó Kft. has received Bisnode's AAA (triple A) certificate, which belongs to only 0.63% of the companies in Hungary, and it indicates that the financial risk of establishing business relations with our company is extraordinarily low.
As the Bisnode certificate does not only show the currently steady financial standing of our company, but partly owing to the design of the Bisnode certificate it also indicates the probability of our business becoming insolvent in the forthcoming year, we can proudly state that Dynamic-Csurgó Kft. shall continue to be a steady actor of the market in the future, too.
What is Bisnode Certificate?
The basis of the Bisnode certificate is Bisnode's rating system, which has been used for rating companies in view of their reliability since 1908. Issued with AAA, AA, and A ratings, Bisnode certificates indicate the stability of companies, and that companies in possession of such ratings - i.e. Bisnode certificates - have steady financial standing. The AAA company rating was introduced in 1989, and firms have had the opportunity to demonstrate their business reliability in the form of certificates as well since 1996. The certificate provides means for the eligible companies to show to others that their companies are recognized, reliable and creditworthy undertakings. The Bisnode certificate is used in several countries across Europe, while in the Nordic countries it is considered to be a standard of trading.
Why the Bisnode?