Central Credit Register

As a responsible lender, we comply with the rules set out by the Central Credit Register.

Central Credit Register

The Central Credit Register (C.C.R.) is the database for credit and personal information for loans of €500 or more. It has been set up by the Central Bank of Ireland under the Credit Reporting Act 2013.

 

From 30 June 2017, organisations such as banks, credit unions and other lenders who provide consumer loans, have been required to start giving details of these loans to the Central Credit Register.

  • The C.C.R. contains information on credit of €500 or more from:
    • Credit Cards
    • Mortgages
    • Overdrafts
    • Personal Loans
  • From the 30th of June 2017 lenders have been sharing information with the C.C.R.
  • You can request your credit report at anytime, free of charge. 
  • For further information you can visit www.centralcreditregister.ie.