As part of our look back at the year that was in 2018, the arrival of the PAYCE® score changed the way our subscribers monitored private company financial risk.
Based on Neiman Marcus Group LTD LLC’s bottom-rung FRISK® score of “1,” trade creditors must perform deep financial analysis and take extra care when dealing with the company.
CreditRiskMonitor takes a look back at the biggest bankruptcies of 2018 and the advanced Intel we provided our subscribers about companies before their Chapter 11 filings, headlined by the Sears Holdings Corporation.
CreditRiskMonitor’s proprietary FRISK® score for auto giant Tesla, Inc., in part powered by subscriber crowdsourcing, has persistently signaled an elevated level of financial risk.
AutoCanada Inc.'s heavy leverage has put the company in potential danger. As interest rates rise in both Canada and the U.S., expected softer sales and higher costs will make it much harder for the company to remain solvent in 2019.
Thousands of private companies go bankrupt every year. It’s important to identify those risky companies before they file, particularly if they are your largest customers or suppliers.
Ben Unglesbee of RetailDive leverages CreditRiskMonitor FRISK®️ score data to examine the current financial health of mega retailer Neiman Marcus Group LTD LLC.
Iconic American department store operator Sears Holdings Corporation has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, becoming easily the highest-profile casualty of the "Retail Apocalypse" to date.
Doug Whiteman of MoneyWise cites CreditRiskMonitor data to predict which publicly traded retailers might be the next to declare bankruptcy.
Sears Holdings Corporation has closed underperforming stores and cut costs, yet a hedge fund controlled by company CEO Eddie Lampert is now pushing for even more forceful financial restructuring to stave off bankruptcy.
Big-name retailers Macy’s, Inc. and Neiman Marcus Group LTD LLC are on opposite ends of the bankruptcy risk spectrum - and for Neiman Marcus, time may be running out to turn their fiscal fortunes around.
A contraction in credit is not something that might occur: It will happen at some point. Risk professionals dealing with the retail sector are better off preparing now, while economic conditions are still strong.