18. April 2012.
The Serbian Business Registers Agency informs all companies and cooperatives, foreign company branches conducting business in the Republic of Serbia, all other legal entities (associations, political and social organizations, institutions and trade unions) and entrepreneurs with double-entry financial accounting system that Thursday, 26 April 2012, is the last day to submit requests for the replacement of the registered annual financial statements for 2011, pursuant to the law. The Financial Statements and Solvency Register will not be accepting any replacements of the annual financial statements submitted after this date and further correction of data in these financial statements will only be possible on the basis of an auditor’s report (for entities subject to auditing) or of an order by the competent state authority. After the completion of the preliminary aggregate processing of regular annual financial statements, the Register will publish the individual data from the registered reports on SBRA's website.
17. April 2012.
The Serbian Business Registers Agency (SBRA) informs all interested users that, following the completion of preliminary processing, requirements have been met for the publication of the 2011 financial statements of all financial institutions, specifically:BanksNational Bank of SerbiaInsurance companies Stock exchanges and broker-dealer companiesFinancial leasing providersVoluntary pension fund management companies and voluntary pension fundsInvestment fund management companies and public investment funds Public and private investment funds Other financial institutions The individual data from the registered annual financial statements for financial institutions are available on this website, in the Financial Statements and Solvency section, under Published Financial Reports, and can be retrieved by entering the financial institution’s registration code.Information on service delivery start date will be published in due course.
05. April 2012.
NALED and GIZ/KWD organized a training in the Serbian Business Registers Agency (SBRA) on “Access to public data from the Regional Development Measures and Incentives Register and other SBRA registers“ for local government representatives from the municipalities of Golubac, Majdanpek and Sokobanja. SBRA representatives informed the training participants about the public data available on SBRA’s website through the data search engine in the registers kept by this Agency. These data are disaggregated by status, agreements and financial data on registered entities. Furthermore, the Regional Development Measures and Incentives Register’s Map providing comprehensive data on the state of the economy in the individual regions, districts and municipalities and on state investments into regional and local government projects was also presented.The municipality representatives were informed about the data published in the Financial Statements and Solvency Register, the contents of macroeconomic reports on the business operations of companies and entrepreneurs in the Republic of Serbia that are developed based on the processed aggregate data from the annual and consolidated financial statements, and about the services provided by this register that are related to the solvency, scoring and rating of business entities.The training in SBRA was organized within the GIZ/KWD project supporting local economic development in the municipalities of Eastern Serbia, for the members of the NALED Working Group for Entrepreneurial Development in Eastern Serbia, with the aim of raising the administrative capacity of the municipalities and assisting the project participants in collecting quality information and official data for developing expert analyses, improving the quality of reporting and attracting potential investors.
22. March 2012.
The Serbian Business Registers Agency (SBRA) has received approximately 150,000 regular annual financial statements for 2011 that corporate taxpayers have filed pursuant to the Law on Accounting and Auditing. Out of these, the receipt of 132,000 financial statements has been filed while over 100,000 of these statements are currently being processed and registered.At the end of the registration procedure for each annual financial report for 2011, the submitters will get a confirmation of registration for these reports, while the submitters of financial statements that the formal, accounting and logic control procedure found to be inadequate, will be sent a notice on the shortcomings that need to be fixed. Today, the Agency will start sending out confirmations on registered financial statements for 2011, and notices about irregularities in these reports.We remind that, just as in the previous years, the Agency will guarantee full transparency of the processing and registration of each individual statement, by enabling submitters to access data on the receipt, processing and registration of the filed statements found in the section Financial Statements and Solvency/Search Financial Statements for 2011 that can be searched by entering the company registration code.At the end of preliminary processing of the annual financial statements for 2011, data from these reports will be available to all interested users as part of the services provided by the Financial Statements and Solvency Register. Until then, the reports on solvency, scoring and other services will contain data from financial statements conclusive with 2010. We note that while processing financial statements for 2011, the Agency will not be issuing separate certificates on the status of each individual financial statement.