Databases in Slovenia
What are the best public information sources in Slovenia?
Business Registry: AJPES
Available: search for all company types. At ajpes.si (the free company registry).More information available in Slovenian language compared to the English version. Options in the upper menu: eRTR - data on bank accounts of companies (open, closed) JOLP - annual reports of companies eOBJAVE - insolvency cases w/supporting documentation
Business Registry: Central Securities Clearing Corporation
Available: list of issuers, list of securities
Business Registry: Info Storage
Available: list of issuers, list of securities with company contact information
Business Registry: Ljubljana Stock Exchange
Available: search by company name with basic company information
Commercial Register: gvin.com
Search by names of directors/shareholders. Offers all the financial data from annual reports (incl. for years before 2008/2009, which are usually the earliest years you get annual reports for at Ajpes). Info on tax paymnet, ongoing lawsuits and credit ratings (the latter is a payable service of Ajpes). If a company changed its name, Ajpes would return no results, while Gvin would detect it and put you through to the "new" company. Offers all available documents in one place (except those you can find only at the court register - memorandum/articles of association, insolvency reports, statute). You can click on the address of a company and see what other companies are registered there.
Intellectual Property: Slovenian Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) Ministry of Economic Development and Technology
Land Registry: Cadastre Office
Useful when you have an address but not the cadastral number. Use this site to identify the particle number so that more detailed data can be obtained from the Land Register
Land Registry: Supreme Court Republic of Slovenia
Land registry searchable by a particle number.
Regulatory Agency: Anti Corruption Commission
Database of businesses between the private and public sector.
Regulatory Agency: Ministry of Finance
Periodically published data on companies that owe tax.
Regulatory Agency: Office for Money Laundering Prevention
Available: periodical reporting on bank and other transactions with companies in offshore jurisdictions (downloadable spreadsheets). The obliged entities referred must forward to the Office information on the following: - cash transactions exceeding 30.000 EUR (except auditing companies, independent auditors and legal and natural persons performing accounting and tax advisory services) - transactions or clients in connection with whom there exist reasons to suspect money laundering or terrorist financing. Lawyers, law firms and notaries are obliged to forward to the Office information on: transactions or clients in connection with whom there exist reasons to suspect money laundering or terrorist financing.