D&B changes for the 2021/22 levy year
For the 2021/22 levy year we'll be using insolvency risk scores produced by our new insolvency risk partner Dun & Bradstreet.
You can now view the proposed methodology for this year in a brand new portal and engage with D&B customer services through different channels.
It’s important that, before live scoring takes place, you check that D&B are using accurate information. In particular, if you previously self-submitted accounts to Experian, you will need to provide these to D&B as well.
You can arrange self-submission of accounts data to D&B by telephone in the first instance. Call 0345 600 2541 and select option 2.
Take part in our open consultation
You can have your say on the new services and the changes proposed to our insolvency risk methodology from 2021/22 by taking part in our online consultation.
The consultation is open until 11 February 2020.
Take part in future consultations
Over the coming months, you'll be able to review and give your feedback on policy for the 2021/22 levy year.
In Summer 2020, we’ll be consulting on wider areas of the levy framework.
In Autumn 2020, we’ll publish and consult the draft levy rules for the 2021/22. These draft rules will reflect the conclusions of consultations on insolvency risk and other areas of our framework.
View our levy timeline for other key deadlines.