An organisation entitled to access the NON.CERTIFIX Database can ask the maker of this Database (TXP Association) about its extension for further subjects and to conclude for this purpose a special licensing agreement. The Licensing fee according to such special licensing agreement is derived from the basic amount of EUR 40 for a disclosed subject in the structure*; to this amount further fees resulting from charging of fees to public registers, where information about interests in legal persons and their subjects are stored, including possible documents evidencing those information while the Database maker as a rule includes in the database only those subjects in the structure which are kept in publicly accessible public registers which register information and/evidencing documents anout subjects in the structure and their interests a which are maintained in the following languages: English, French, German, Slovak, Dutch. The total price of the licensing fee for a time period is determined by agreement within the aforeasid special licensing agreement.
* The subject in the structure means a corporate subject or beneficial owner which has control or does not have control but has an interest above 25 % and certain other subjects in this structure indicated in the NON.CERTIFIX Terms & Conditions.
NON.CERTIFIX Database contains disclosed corporate ownership structures of companies in respect of which there is a public interest on disclosure, for example because they are recipients of public funds from the EU or national budget.
The exact scope of information displayed in the NON.CERTIFIX Database is set out in section 3 the NON.CERTIFIX Conditions.
A public institution can use the NON.CERTIFIX Database for an identification of the risk of fraud * presented by an ownership structure disclosed from public sources:
* The indicated risk scale results from the EU Anti-money Laundering Directive 2015/849/EU (Handbook for disclosure of ownership structures and beneficial owners, Transparency International / OLAF, 2017, p. 14)