Relationship GRAPH

Relationship GRAPH is a data visualization tool that helps you to quickly and clearly discover actual and/or historical relations between multiple legal or natural persons in Latvia.

How does graph work?

You input identification data of the person (registration number - for legal person, personal identity number - for natural person). Relationship graph will survey the database of all Latvian enterprises and find relationships of the person to other (natural or legal) persons. Then Relationship graph in comprehensible graphical form displays all information about person's business relationship with other companies.

Graph on the map New!

GRAPH on the map shows these relations geographically, with the ability to view on the map the addresses where each object is registered, so the user can also estimates the country risk of the selected object.

What does graph show?

Links between persons can be shown in two ways:

  • Shareholder of a company. Person (legal or natural) owns shares of another legal person.
  • Official. Person (natural) acts as an official of the legal person.
  • Beneficial owner. Person (natural) acts as beneficial owner of the legal person.

 

For example, it can bee seen in the Relationship GRAPH that one person - Bērziņš Jānis currently owns shares of Company A and Company K. Bērziņš Jānis owns 51% shares of Company A and 13% shares of Company K. Bērziņš Jānis is an official in Company K. In addition, he is also an official in two other companies - Company B and Company C. The Relationship GRAPH shows Company D, Company E, Company F and Company G as historical data, which means that Bērziņš Jānis previously was an official in these companies and owned 51% shares of Company F.
Company K owns 100% shares of Company L. Company I owns 49% shares of Company A and 100% shares of Company J. Company G owns 100% shares of Company B, 100% shares of Company H and 100% shares of Company I. Company J has previously owned 100% shares of Company M.

Objects

Each person (both legal and physical) in the graph is represented as a single object with a number of attributes. Object is represented as a rectangle in which name and registration number are entered. Black rectangles represent current data, light gray - historical data. Objects are connected with arrows that have a particular role.

  • black - indicate the participation of the company and the percentage of investment
  • red - show impact of a person as beneficial owner
  • blue - show impact of a person as an official
  • light gray - historical data

 

Each object has several attributes, which are noted as small squares at the bottom edge of the rectangle.


Examples

Relationship graph

Active / Suspended economic activity / Liquidated
NO / YES actual insolvency registry process
YES / NO Annual Report for the last period
NO / YES Actual pledge acts
NO / YES Actual collaterals
(PLG) Beneficial owner
Procentual investment of a sheareholder in a company
Company official
Historical data - posts, shares and beneficial owners
Historical auditors
* In case of stock companies details are infomative, only

Relationship graph on the map

 Object name

- Marker

5

- Cluster of markers

5 - Number of companies and institutions at the same address

- View object on the Lursoft.lv
- Find out more about a particular object

Active / Suspended economic activity / Liquidated
NO / YES actual insolvency registry process
YES / NO Annual Report for the last period
NO / YES Actual pledge acts
NO / YES Actual collaterals
(PLG) Beneficial owner
Procentual investment of a sheareholder in a company
Company official
Historical data - posts, shares and beneficial owners
Historical auditors
* In case of stock companies details are infomative, only

A - Company official, D - Membership in other companies/Procentual investment of a sheareholder in a company, PLG - Beneficial owner, R - Auditor