February 2016

Congratulations to Ieva

Ieva Bieliunaite, Marketing Manager for Creditinfo International gave birth to a baby girl in the evening of Wednesday 24th February 2016. Ieva and her partner Deividas have named the baby Ema. (We know someone in the company who thinks this is a great choice of name!) Ieva told us “We are all super happy and feeling great!” We send our very best wishes to Ieva and and her family.

Fraud Risk Assessment, the Process, getting it right

Nolan Williams is a consultant and global expert in Operational, safety, security and Fraud risk management services. On Thursday, 25th February 2016 we had a pleasure to introduce him as a speaker of Creditinfo Academy.

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Dressing up for Charity

Creditinfo Malta raising money for Hospice Malta (see link below).

What a lovely looking and somewhat crazy bunch we have in Malta! ­čÖé

Malta dressing up for charity



Corporate Social Responsibility

This month, Reynir was pleased to receive a letter from Yevgeniy Momsikov. Yevgeniy is from Kazakhstan and is sponsored by Creditinfo to further his studies in USA. He is currently living in Boston, Massachusetts with a number of other students close to Harvard University, where he is studying. Yevgeniy has joined the Adams Society debate club having now improved his English language capabilities over the time spent in USA. Yevgeniy expressed his gratitude to Reynir in the letter for Creditinfo’s support in providing him not only with a memorable experience, but in also opening his horizons through this opportunity.

We wish Yevgeniy all the best and lots of success in his studies and future.

Meet some of our colleagues in Latvia

As you know, in January we told you about the developments of the CBS system designed for Latvia. So we thought you’d like to meet some of the team and if you have any questions about this or in general, you can contact them at info@kib.lv

Currently, the team is just 6 people:
Martin Paupers, Product Product and Process Development Manager (pictured far Left)
Janis TImermanis, CEO (2nd from left), Ligia Greiere, Customer Service Manager (2nd from right)
Intars Mikelsons, Sales & Business Development Manager (Far Right),
Brigita Mironova, Direct Sales Manager (not pictured) and Peteris Reiters, Customer Service (not pictured)

Team Latvia

The Creditinfo Family is growing – Now more than 400 employees

In the last 3 years, we have more than doubled our number of employees, through acquisitions, new start ups, new partnerships and our original offices growing in strength and requiring more staff to cope with the increased work load.

Many of our staff have been with the organisation more than 7 years, some well in excess of a decade. Not only do we have a loyal core team, we also have some very experienced and knowledgeable people.

Monitoring Product launched in Iceland

Creditinfo Iceland have launched a new product this month for companies to monitor their customers. Our customer just uploads the social security numbers of their customers and will receive an email once a day about any changes as well as having an online dashboard where they can see all of the information.

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Players of the Month – Creditinfo Academy Speakers in Kenya

This month, Creditinfo Kenya, successfully held a Creditinfo Academy 2 day training session on “Improving your credit risk management through innovative credit bureau solutions”. Our speakers (pictured L to R below) were Agata Szydlowska, Alexandra Aproiants, Dmitry Borodin and Dmitry Batygin. Continue reading »

3rd Regional CIS Conference in Kenya

Credit Information Sharing association (CIS) regional conferences are held in Nairobi to help create awareness on the developments of CIS in Kenya and the region.  This is a 2 day regional conference arranged by CIS Kenya, followed by a 2 day National Business Community Summit.

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├×├│rhallur J├│hannsson joined the Creditinfo family as Chief Finance Officer for the Group

PassamyndTHJOOn the 15th February,┬á├×├│rhallur J├│hannsson joined the Creditinfo family as Chief Finance Officer for the Group. We have to admit, we took rather a long time in finding the right person, but we believe it was worth the wait. This means that Tryggvi can finally go back to focusing on the Icelandic operation. We are grateful for him for basically doing two jobs at the same time and feel a bit (but only a bit!) guilty about taking so long in making the change.

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