Golden Payer 2017 Certificate


Golden Payer 2017


Reliability confirmed by Euler Hermes

Only 6% of companies on the Polish market meet the requirements of the Golden Payer programme

The certificate is used by the companies which observed the highest payment standards in 2017

High Payment
Morality Index
PMI ≥ 80

Good rating at the level CCC or higher

No debt collection processes pending at the end of 2017

The profits for the company using The Golden Payer certificate



Where the Golden Payer can be seen


Citation in Euler Hermes commercial reports
Over 60 thousand reports ordered annually
Commercial Reports are ordered to confirm the information about future contractors so as to increase commercial transaction safety. Every day our analysts evaluate the risk and set up credit limits for the clients from all over the world. They select the companies ditinctive for their organizational and financial reliability.
Citation in Euler Hermes Payment Analyses
Over 800 thousand analyses ordered annually

Payment analyses programme provides information about companies timeliness of payments. The analysis are provided for specific trades and Payment Morality Index (PMI) helps select the companies that are timely and reliable payers.

Golden Payer 2017 can be used in a variety of promotional materials
PR, company promotion and information activity.

Golden Payers can use the certificate on their web pages, banners, in e-mail signatures as well as in brochures, leaflets and other promotional materials.

Golden Payer 2017 plate
PR, company promotion and information activity.

A Golden Payer plate displayed in a conference room or an office where business meetings are held is a visible sign that the company is a reliable contractor. An assortment of plates coming from several consecutive years is a clear proof that the company maintains the highest payment standards.


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Do you want to learn more about the certificate?

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  1. Personal data collected in connection with the participation inthe “Golden Payer 2017” Poll are controlled by Euler Hermes Collections sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw (postal code: 00-807) at Al. Jerozolimskie 98, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw in Warsaw, 12thCommercial Division of the National Court Register (KRS) under KRS number 000044623, NIP (Taxpayer ID No): 527-21-77-123, share capital: PLN 18 946 000.00. The controller may be contacted by e-mail at the address:, by telephone at number 22 385-49-55 or by post at the address of the controller’s registered office.
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