Public companies in the technology sector in 2018 are generally viewed as having low financial risk, but situations like Black Box Corporation tell a different story.
Brazil, the eighth-largest economy in the world, has experienced an anemic recovery from its 2014 recession. Amid currently poor business conditions, corporations with high financial risk should be carefully monitored.
A contraction in credit is not something that might occur: It will happen at some point. Risk professionals dealing with the technology sector are better off preparing now, while economic conditions are still strong.
Turkey has shown extremely high inflation and a steep current account deficit - and creditors who deal with business from Istanbul to Antalya should take heed.
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.
Cloud management services provider Tintri, Inc.'s elevated bankruptcy risk was signaled well in advance by our proprietary FRISK® score.
Fostering holistic account management with CreditRiskMonitor, Anixter International, Inc. Senior Director of Global Account Management Natalia Reed guides major players within a $7.6 billion company.
Journalist Kelly Hill of RCR Wireless, provider of wireless and mobile industry news, cites CreditRiskMonitor's Radisys Corporation High Risk Report in her coverage of India-based Reliance Industries' July 2018 purchase of struggling Radisys.
Radisys Corporations' FRISK® score has incrementally fallen to a bottom-rung "1," signaling heightened financial stress.
India is an attractive market to penetrate due to its low operating costs and a diverse selection of companies in hot industries like technology - but with more than 1,000 public companies in the FRISK® "red zone," there's big-time risk in bringing business east.
If history is any guide, all risk professionals need to prepare for a worldwide economic downturn today or otherwise risk playing catch-up tomorrow.
Finances seem not to compute these days for California-based tech solutions provider Quantum Corporation, now at heightened risk of bankruptcy in 2018.