Central Credit Register (CCR) Extract Request Form

1. Fill in the following information:

2(a) If requesting an extract for, or on behalf of, a Natural Person fill in the necessary information for at least one of the below:

Resident Natural Person

Non-Resident Natural Person

(b) If requesting an extract on behalf of a Legal Person, fill in the necessary information at least for one of the below:

Resident Legal Person

Non-Resident Legal Person

3. Documents to be uploaded

(a)     For extracts on natural persons, to upload a scanned copy of both/all sides of all the  identification documents specified in Section 2(a) 

(b)     For the lawful representative of:

(1) a natural person, to upload a scanned copy of both/all sides of their identification document together with a signed power of attorney document;

(2) a legal personto upload the document requested in (1) and a copy of the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the company showing that the lawful representative requesting the CCR report is authorised to act as the counterparty’s representative. Otherwise, to upload a Board Resolution document signed by the lawful representative/s in terms of the Memorandum and Articles of Association, drafted on the company’s letterhead, along with the company registration number which empowers the appointed lawful representative to collect the extract of the information held on the CCR. 

Both the power of attorney and the board resolution documents should show clearly the identity of the lawful representative (name, surname, date of birth and place of permanent residence or another delivery address); signatures should be attested (witnessed) by a lawyer or notary and should bear the stamp of the lawyer/notary.

The Central Bank of Malta acknowledges receipt in writing for an extract from the Central Credit Register within the following working day.  If an acknowledgment is not received, kindly contact the Central Bank of Malta  during working hours on (+356) 25504414.

Disclaimer:  In line with the Central Bank of Malta Act Article 24, the information found in the Central Credit Register shall only be used for the following purposes: (a) centralisation of information on credit exposures; (b) analysis of the stability of the financial system; (c) implementation of monetary policy; (d) compilation of statistics; and (e) facilitating the assessment of credit risk.  Hence such information shall not be used for any other purpose such as for recruitment and employment purposes.

The Central Bank of Malta guarantees that any personal data processed within this form shall be in accordance with the requirements of local and EU legislation on data protection in force at the time of the data processing, including the General Data Protection Regulation - GDPR (Regulation (EU) 2016/679).