Standard & Poor’s recently released a list of retailers that it believes to be at the highest risk of default over the course of 2018. The retail industry is changing quickly, and it’s important to separate the operators that have kept themselves in good financial stead versus the ones which have not.
Credit professionals relied upon CreditRiskMonitor’s High Risk Reports to stay several steps ahead of failure, as 2017 was full of high-profile bankruptcy cases in the corporate world which were well-known to subscribers before they hit.
Residential construction operator Hovnanian Enterprises' bottom-rung FRISK® score displays the company's heightened financial risk in advance of its distressed debt exchange.
Some big names filed for bankruptcy in 2017, and they all had a few key common indicators. Read our analysis and findings here.
Australia’s previously stable economy is exhibiting an increase in risk due to a number of factors like a retail sales decline and slowing in its overheated housing market.
Commodities trader Noble Group Limited is in talks with creditors to restructure its debt. Their FRISK® score is in the high-risk "red zone," warning risk professionals of Noble Group's poor financial condition.
Frontier and Windstream have reported poor customer retention and experienced pricing weakness over the last few years, resulting in earnings decline. The most telling sign is the concern exhibited through our proprietary subscriber crowdsourcing data.
Popular prepared meal kit company Blue Apron faces a mighty challenge in 2018 to remain solvent as new competitors in Amazon and Wal-Mart enter their space.
The printing and publishing industries have been challenged by secular headwinds, which includes companies as diverse as newspapers all the way to specialty paper makers like Cenveo, Inc.
Optimal assessment of public company bankruptcy risk requires the balanced, holistic analysis provided by the FRISK® score.
The FRISK® score is a game-changing tool that combines several key inputs to assess bankruptcy risk. Here’s how credit manager crowdsourcing play a role.
In 2016, there were more than 50 million people 65-or-older living in the United States. Although the post-acute healthcare industry is still growing along with its prime customer base, this fiercely competitive service industry remains a highly fragmented market. Recent industry trends have operators promoting a mixed use of facilities, such as child day care, in order to diversify revenue streams against regulatory headwinds.