The FRISK® score is a game-changing tool that combines several key inputs to assess bankruptcy risk. The first of a five-part look at these inputs, here’s how the stock market plays a role.
Protecting your supply chain by proactively mitigating risk against a volatile retail market provides you the ultimate gift this holiday season.
As Amazon acquires Whole Foods, risk increases for several public grocery chains that now have less margin for error.
For Armstrong Energy, J.Crew and iHeartMedia, most if not all of their assets are liabilities, putting trade creditors in a dangerous position.
Companies in your supply chain could be signaling financial distress and when you know how to spot signs of risk, you put yourself in a position to proactively protect your business.
Credit debt – with interest rates at record lows – is a burgeoning worldwide problem. Will heightened risk hit your customer portfolio this year and if so, how can you get yourself ready for the fallout?
Transparency in China is low, which makes business dealings a little murky. Here’s what you need to know to arm yourself against risk.
The Indian market is high on the radar for many credit professionals, yet if you’re going to do business with this South Asian country, you need to know the facts.
Insolvency rules often vary from one country to the next. Here’s what you need to know when working with the European Union.
The retail industry is unstable and suffering, but there are still many companies thriving. You can benefit by learning about what’s working for them.
Brazil's political corruption scandal has found its way into many executive suites. This ongoing challenge adds to the business headwinds from the country's three-year economic contraction.
Public company defaults and restructurings adversely affect commercial creditors more often than one might think. Our FRISK® score gives financial professionals the ability to assess financial risk in real time for a portfolio of public companies.
Credit scores should include more than just payment data to be accurate and timely. Make sure the score you use includes these innovative, advanced data points.
Moody’s downgraded China’s debt rating from Aa3 (S&P: AA-) to A1 (S&P: A+) in May 2017, given widespread expansion of debt in addition to its expectation of slowing economic growth.