TRUST’s Database

 

 

TRUST S.A’s services are based on financial data of all legal entities. These data are collected by our nationwide network of associated lawyers from publicly accessible, official sources such as courts of the peace, courts of first instance, deed registries and banks and so on.

 

Our database is updated daily to ensure to the greatest possible extent that our members are provided with recent, comprehensive updates.

 

Financial data is intellectual property of TRUST and is provided to our Members with all the responsibility for collecting and processing that goes with our many years of know-how in this field.

 

The way in which the specific financial data is provided by the company, the sources from which it is collected, the categories of data it is permitted to collect, the manner that data is collected in and monitored and the general framework within which it operates are fully laid down in the relevant legislative provisions and the decisions of the Hellenic Data Protection Authority.

 

The financial data contained in TRUST database, in line with Hellenic Data Protection Authority’s decision No. 50/20.1.2000  read in conjunction with the provisions of Law 2472/1997 on the protection of individuals from personal data processing for the purpose of ensuring robust financial transactions and protecting business credit, is as follows:

 

  • Bankruptcy Petitions
  • Bankruptcy Decisions
  • Consolidation Applications
  • Payment Orders
  • Restitution Orders of Use of Leased Property
  • Real Property Seizures
  • Moveable Property Seizures
  • Real Property Auctions
  • Moveable Property Auctions
  • Bounce Cheques
  • Protested Bills of Exchange and Notes Payable to Order