Enforced Collection Indicators


Latest update: 02 February 2024 


1. Number of legal persons and entrepreneurs in the Central Registry of Accounts as at 31 January 2024


As at 31 January 2024, there were 93.037 legal persons and entrepreneurson the records of the Central Registry of Accounts. Compared to 31 December 2023, this is an increase of 0,13%.


We underline that the data on the number of legal persons and entrepreneurs in the Central Registry of Accounts are harmonized with the data on operating legal persons and entrepreneurs registered in the Central Registry of Business Entities (CRBE).


Other data published relevant to enforcement collection implementation are updated accordingly.


As at 31 January 2024, the total number of operating business entitiesas registered in the CRBE and having operating accounts in the Central Registry of Accounts was 62.796 which represents an increase of 0,05% in relation to 31 December 2023.


2. Indicators of enforced collection implementation as at 31 January 2024


As at 31 January 2024, the number of judgement debtors with frozen accounts was 20.058 or 0,51% more than on 31 December 2023. In the total number, the accounts of 16.603 business entities were frozen, which is 0,56% more than to 31 December 2023.


As at 31 January 2024, in terms of value, total amount of debt based on which the judgement debtors accounts were frozen was 1.214.975.406,73 Euros, which represent an increase of 2,38% in relation to 31 December 2023.


In the total amount of debt, business entities accounted for 1.186.716.625,68 Euros or 2,43% more than as at 31 December 2023.


It should be highlighted that, debt concentration was relatively high as at the reporting date so, for example, 10 largest blocked business entities, i.e. 0.05% of the total number of registered debtors, accounted for 29,2% of the total frozen amount, which means that their frozen funds totaled 354.776.912,84 Euros.


Fifty largest blocked business entities, which make up 0.25% of the total number of registered debtors, accounted for 50,49% of the total frozen amount, which means that their frozen amount stood at 613.458.045,00 Euros.

3. Enforced collection duration as at 31 January 2024


As at 31 January 2024, a total of 1.431 judgement debtors were under uninterrupted blockage up to one year with the frozen amount of 42.626.660,55 Euros, making up 3,51% of the total frozen amount, whereas a total of 18.627 judgement debtors were under blockage for over one year, with the frozen amount of 1.172.348.746,18 Euros, accounting for 96,49% of the total frozen amount.


Appendix


1 The term “legal persons and entrepreneurs” includes: business entities and entrepreneurs; NGOs; foundations; associations; public enforcement officer; notaries; the Ministry of Finance as the authority competent for receiving, payment and transfer of  government money; local self-government authorities, etc.

2 Pursuant to the Law on Business Organisations, the forms of organisation pursuing economic activities are business organisations and other forms determined by the Law: individual entrepreneur; general partnership (“GP”); limited partnership (“LP”); joint stock company (“JSC”), limited liability company (“LLC”); foreign company branch. In this report, all the above mentioned forms are referred to as business entities.