Economic reopening and depressed worldwide rig counts have led to energy prices heading back in a positive direction. Yet this recovery hasn't resulted in an equal improvement throughout the energy patch.
See how the CreditRiskMonitor PAYCE® score was instrumental in identifying bankruptcy danger within three high-profile private companies well before the days that they respectively filed for Chapters 7 and 11.
CreditRiskMonitor offers up five quick and important facts that you need to know about China Evergrande Group right now to make a more solid business evaluation – or, more advisable, even an alteration of credit extension or a pivot to a peer.
CreditRiskMonitor recently published a Bankruptcy Case Study on apparel titan Sequential Brands Group, Inc. What were the glaring warning signs of failure? And how can you avoid a major bankruptcy write-down when the evidence of danger is cloaked? Our latest “Five Fast Facts” blog answers these questions and more.
It's anyone's guess as to whether or not the Chinese government will step in and bail out property developer China Evergrande Group, but CreditRiskMonitor subscribers should never think a leveraged-to-the-max company like this is immune from potential bankruptcy.
Alas, bankruptcy was the best fit for Sequential Brands Group, Inc., owner of Jessica Simpson, Joe's Jeans, And1, Avia, and other apparel brands. The company filed for Chapter 11 protection after failing to comply with the amended credit agreement.