For the second time in six years, Avaya Holdings Corporation is filing for bankruptcy protection. The multinational tech firm struggled to hit earnings targets in 2022 as it continues to fully convert its business model to the cloud.
The FRISK® score routinely identifies zombies across all industries. In fact, total high-risk companies worldwide have increased by nearly 50% since October 2021, which indicates another wave of bankruptcies is on the horizon.
Deep cracks are surfacing in global corporate debt markets. The timing of corporate bankruptcies is always difficult to predict, yet FRISK® score trends show that the odds of a bankruptcy wave have measurably increased.
Based on financial risk data and scoring from SupplyChainMonitor™, our clients that are semiconductor buyers are being advised to seek out “just-in-case” scenarios to mitigate such risks in the years ahead.
With the PAYCE® score providing a substantial uplift compared to traditional trade payment analysis, more and more risk professionals are adding the bankruptcy model into their workflows and processes.
Sanctions have delivered significant financial stress to the Russian government and corporations alike. Overall, many Russian companies have dropped into – or have sunk further down into – the FRISK® score red zone, indicating heightened financial stress and corporate failure risk.
Out of order: banking and retail solutions provider Diebold Nixdorf, Inc. is experiencing a cash crunch due to elevated costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russia/Ukraine conflict. Can the company avoid bankruptcy?
The media and financial institutions, including the Federal Reserve, underreport the proliferation of zombie firms, a frightening reality you must not ignore. Learn how you can use the FRISK® score and other CreditRiskMonitor® report features to protect your company from bankruptcy-prone zombies.
With inflation running hot, the U.S. Federal Reserve has embarked on a rate hike agenda. Financially weak companies with material near-term maturities are struggling and, in some cases, bankruptcy could be imminent.