Subscriber crowdsourcing data has highlighted J. C. Penney Company, Inc.’s bleak financial position, and users can affirm this through its low FRISK® score.
Turkey has shown extremely high inflation and a steep currency account deficit - and creditors who deal with business from Istanbul to Antalya should take heed.
Public and private companies need to be proactively evaluated in distinct, different ways by risk management professionals - fortunately, with the FRISK® score and PAYCETM score, CreditRiskMonitor has world-class solutions for both subportfolios.
CreditRiskMonitor’s proprietary FRISK® score has Colorado-based energy giant Westmoreland Coal Company at a "1," the highest probability of bankruptcy within the next 12 months.
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A contraction in credit is not something that might occur: It will happen at some point. Risk professionals dealing with the healthcare sector are better off preparing now, while economic conditions are still strong.
CreditRiskMonitor’s FRISK® score had been warning of tremendous financial stress at healthcare provider Hooper Holmes, Inc. for more than a year's time before their bankruptcy filing in late August.
Windstream Holdings, Inc.'s FRISK® score is signaling financial stress, and subscriber crowdsourcing specifically shows that risk professionals have been on high alert for nearly a year.
Supply Chain Dive's Emma Cosgrove interviewed CreditRiskMonitor CEO Jerry Flum regarding the level of risk suppliers of Tesla, Inc. face in the wake of the company's recent cash flow problems.
Proactive defensive measures taken and frequent credit monitoring are essential in an age where too many trade creditors are left with pennies on the dollar for their investments.
There are many junk debt issuers that are exposed to the adverse effects stemming from the recently adopted U.S. tax reform, increasing the need for counterparties to keep their credit culture up.
Corporate supply chains need to be wary of suppliers that are financially distressed. High risk suppliers can expose your company to a variety of issues, which can ultimately have an impact on your company's supply chain, sales revenue and reputation.