In the framework of the international project the credit rating agency Bisnode, the biggest partner company of the credit rating agency Dun & Bradstreet, conducted financial analysis of companies in 19 European countries, also in Slovenia.
The credit rating of excellence represents an above-average rating value of economic operators. Based on the financial statements of the entities for the last financial year, it predicts the security of business in the next 12 months. Credit rating of excellence own only the best companies with the key differential advantage in business.
Our company MUSIC MAX d.o.o. according to analysis for 2016 is one of the top 4.2% of business entities in Slovenia and is thus in the highest grade of AAA. In Slovenia in 2016 among 163,642 registered businesses, credit excellence reached only 6,944 companies. In our general economic activity - NACE classification - (G47.5.9 - Retail sale of furniture, lighting equipment and other household articles in specialised stores ) are 206 registered companies, of which only 15 companies reach international recognized standards of grade AAA.
Companies that demonstrate excellence in credit, representing the most reliable, credible and low-risk business entity to cooperate with all business partners, as clients, customers, suppliers, as well as insurance companies, banks and other business partners. The certificate is recognized and identifiable in Europe. We may be pointed out in our general and the business community as a trusted business entity, as well as our further reference when dealing with domestic and foreign business partners.
Companies with a rating of excellence are operating above the average, which means that we have been in the past year above average payment plan company, we have had no account blockages, while meeting the criteria for achieving a smaller probability that in the next twelve months recorded any of the following events:
bankruptcy, compulsory settlement or liquidation (< 0,08% probability),
cancellation of business registration (< 0,81%probability),
blocked bank accounts for more than 60 days continuously or more than 90 days totaly (< 0,41% probability).