What data will you find here?

You will find all data about registered entities and their establishment units recorded in the CBE data base.

Links to external sources have been integrated (e.g. Belgian Official Journal, Central Balance Sheet Office, employers directory, data base of certified economic operators, Foodweb (FASFC) and Belac).

NB: Consultation of data from the National Register and/or BIS register (BIS: ID number provided to foreign employees on short-term work assignments) that is subject to Privacy Protection requires authorisation from the Supervisory Committee.

How to apply for access?

To obtain access to CBEwi you need to submit a formal application. Please fill out and sign the form ‘Application for access to the data contained in the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises’  and send it to the CBE Management Service.

How to log in to the CBE web interface?

The CBE web interface is a secure application. Each time you log in, you need to identify yourself using an electronic ID card (eID), a federal token (citizen token) or via itsme.

Log in

First, you need to create an eGov profile using your electronic ID card. Next, you need to contact your access administrator to be assigned a CBEwi role. More information about role assignment can be found at www.belgium.be.

create an eGov profile

This application allows you to manage your own personal data (email address, phone number, language group) and your login options (request federal token, request/modification of user name and/or password). You may also view earlier assigned roles.

Need more information?

More information about CBEwi can be found in the following manuals:

Last update
20 September 2019