Company Watch broadens its coverage of Polish companies
Company Watch, specialists in tracking and predicting corporate financial health, has increased the number of online Polish companies available. Customers can now access full financial Company Watch health assessments of over 530,000 private Polish companies including profit, asset & funding, management evaluation and full financial trend analysis.
In addition to annual financials & ratings, users can access other important business details such as group structure, directors & shareholders details, and a range of supporting information. Uniquely, the Company Watch service allows users to enter management financials and forecasts as well as performing “what-if” analysis – generating updated health scores and credit limits giving the user an up to date picture of a company.
Poland’s economy is one of the largest in Europe and is experiencing rapid growth. Since joining the EU and restructuring its banking sector, it has revitalised its traditional heavy industries such as coal, steel and energy, created a growing base of smaller, fast-growth businesses and positioned itself as an attractive destination for Shared Services Centres.
Denis Baker, CEO of Company Watch, commented:
“Poland came out well from the global financial crisis, and was the only EU country to experience growth in 2008/09. It has a thriving, well-regulated banking sector, and while there are some questions over its political stability, it is attracting significant business investments and is a major trading partner with the UK. We are delighted to increase the number of Polish companies within our coverage.”