CRIF takes control of the Irish company HPI

CRIF takes control of the Irish company HPI

(Teleborsa) – CRIF takes control of the Irish company HPI – Rent purchase information, per Strengthen the presence in Ireland, In the area of ​​decision making and risk management consultancy.

Purchase related 73% stake in HPI, A Dublin-based company that has maintained the Irish Register of Financial Assets since 1948, focusing on vehicles purchased in installments or other loans issued by AIB (Allied Irish Bank), BOI (Bank of Ireland) and UB (Bank of Ireland). Ulster Bank) also offers comprehensive, real-time financial audits on cars, trucks and other types of assets, both potential buyers and lenders.

CRIF has been operating in the UK and Ireland for years. It supports a variety of players, including financial institutions, insurance companies, businesses, and other organizations, with its innovative decision support systems, analytics, and software solutions. In addition, thanks to the acquisition of Vision-Net, a leading Dublin-based business information company, CRIF provides instant access to credit reports and business information on any business in Ireland and the UK.

To strengthen CRIF’s strategy and growth in Ireland, CRIF Director Giovanni Catinari will take over the management of the company, which will work with CRIF Regional Director Sarah Constantini in the UK and Ireland, which will be strengthened through the acquisition of HPI.

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