Dubai Chamber

Hussain Al Shemsi Charted Accountants, AJMAN, U. A. E

Credit rating in UAE

Credit Rating assesses a company’s ability to fulfil its obligations and gives a clear idea about the strength and financial health of a company. As a result, business risks can be mitigated, enabling proper evaluation of a potential partner. Companies need to manage their risk exposure and secure their transactions; hence the increasing importance of sound partner evaluation is in great demand.

How to get Credit Rating Service at Dubai Chamber

Dubai Chamber offers the How to get Credit Rating Service in line with the Chamber’s mission to serve and protect the interests of the Dubai business community. The service was established to enhance transparency and integrity among companies and to expand the scope of their commercial transactions. The How to get Credit Rating Service provides companies with Business Information Reports that serve as an effective risk mitigation tool and assist in making correct investment decisions relating to partners companies worldwide.

Dubai Chamber will be reducing your transaction cost, in terms of money & time. We will be doing on your behalf the credibility check on the companies you wish to deal with.

The Business Information Reports include the How to get Credit Rating opinion on the concerned company in addition to its business, economic, and financial information. This service is open for Dubai Chamber members as well as to non-members worldwide.

Payment and Delivery time

The price depends on the location of the company you are requesting a report about; kindly contact us for the price list.

Payments can be done through cash/credit card/ cheque/bank transfer or online.

For further information please contact Dubai Chamber


Call : + 971 4 202 8266

The report contains the following information:
  • Company How to get Credit Rating
  • Recommended Credit Limit
  • Registration Details
  • Activity
  • Contacts/locations
  • Subsidiaries/affiliates
  • Number of employees
  • Shareholders
  • Directors/Executives
  • Bank
  • Auditor
  • Payment history
  • Purchasing terms
  • Major customers
  • Export and import data
  • Legal issues
  • Investigation findings/comments
  • Market statistics