Finnish Trade Register

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The Finnish Trade Register (Finnish: Kaupparekisteri, Swedish: Handelsregistret) provides official information on businesses in the whole country, including data from current and old register entries, articles of association, partnership agreements or rules.

The content of the Trade Register is specified by Finnish law.

The particulars reported by a company in its notice to the Trade Register and the documents attached to the notice are all public information.

The Trade Register also delivers certificates. For example, a certificate from the book of original entries verifies that a notice has been submitted to the Register.

When a start-up notification is filed with the Trade Register or the Register of Foundations, the new business or foundation receives its Business ID (Finnish: Y-tunnus, Yritys- ja yhteisötunnus, Swedish: FO-nummer, Företags- och organisationsnumret).

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