Credits by type of beneficiary according to the Central Corporate Credit Register
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CCCR

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Is considered to be the beneficiary , the enterprise or individual that has been granted the credit to, and which consequently is in the position to have the right of initiative to use it. He can exercise this right by contracting debts with the financial institutions or by handing over commercial credits to third parties. New definitions for non-financial and financial corporations in accordance with the new ESA2010 methodology and reclassifications of institutional units in the government sector following a recommendation by Eurostat have caused important changes in the outstanding amounts in December 2014.

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Credits by type of beneficiary according to the Central Corporate Credit RegisterContact person/organisation

Ckp.Ccp@nbb.bemailto:Ckp.Ccp@nbb.beData source(s) used

CCCR

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website CCCRhttps://www.nbb.be/en/central-credit-register/central-corporate-credit-registerUnit of measure used

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Is considered to be the beneficiary , the enterprise or individual that has been granted the credit to, and which consequently is in the position to have the right of initiative to use it. He can exercise this right by contracting debts with the financial institutions or by handing over commercial credits to third parties. New definitions for non-financial and financial corporations in accordance with the new ESA2010 methodology and reclassifications of institutional units in the government sector following a recommendation by Eurostat have caused important changes in the outstanding amounts in December 2014.

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Methodologyhttps://www.nbb.be/doc/dq/e/method/b_kredrege.pdf