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Learn how adding crowdsourced data to the Frisk® score model helps you to do a better job of predicting business bankruptcy.
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By CreditRiskMonitor

The FRISK® score is a game-changing tool that combines several key inputs to assess bankruptcy risk. Here’s how credit manager crowdsourcing play a role.

Genesis Healthcare
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By CreditRiskMonitor

In 2016, there were more than 50 million people 65-or-older living in the United States. Although the post-acute healthcare industry is still growing along with its prime customer base, this fiercely competitive service industry remains a highly fragmented market.

The FRISK® Score Examined: Part 3 - Bond Agency Ratings
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The FRISK® score is a game-changing tool that combines several key inputs to assess bankruptcy risk. Here’s how bond agency ratings play a role.

Preparing Today for the Next Contraction in Credit
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By CreditRiskMonitor

Public companies are issuing more and more debt, taking advantage of low interest rates to fund stock buybacks and to pay dividends. History has proven that these leveraged-up companies will be at great risk once this cycle ends - don't let your guard down. 

The FRISK® Score Examined: Part 2 - Financial Ratios
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By CreditRiskMonitor

The FRISK® score is a game-changing tool that combines several key inputs to assess bankruptcy risk. Here’s how financial ratios play a role.

S&P Downgrades China
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By CreditRiskMonitor

Three multi-billion dollar Chinese companies - Yingli, MIE and Ji Lin - each have a highly leveraged capital structure and, if not addressed, could find themselves on the path of corporate failure.

The FRISK® score is a game-changing tool that combines several key inputs to assess bankruptcy risk. The first of a five-part look at these inputs, here’s how the stock market plays a role.
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By CreditRiskMonitor

The FRISK® score is a game-changing tool that combines several key inputs to assess bankruptcy risk. The first of a five-part look at these inputs, here’s how the stock market plays a role.

Toys “R” Us Bankruptcy
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By CreditRiskMonitor
Toys “R” Us filed for bankruptcy right before the holiday season in 2017 as suppliers began to restrict access to trade credit, setting in motion a liquidity crunch.
Is Your Supply Chain Ready For The Holiday Push?
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By CreditRiskMonitor

Protecting your supply chain by proactively mitigating risk against a volatile retail market provides you the ultimate gift this holiday season.

Risky Credits in the Grocery Aisle
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By CreditRiskMonitor

As Amazon acquires Whole Foods, risk increases for several public grocery chains that now have less margin for error.

Ten Large Corporations Combating Severe Financial Distress
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By CreditRiskMonitor

For Armstrong Energy, J.Crew and iHeartMedia, most if not all of their assets are liabilities, putting trade creditors in a dangerous position.

Consequences of Financial Difficulty that Could Lead to Supply Chain Disruption
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By CreditRiskMonitor

Companies in your supply chain could be signaling financial distress and when you know how to spot signs of risk, you put yourself in a position to proactively protect your business.

What Supply Chain Professionals and Credit Managers Need to Know About the Debt Crisis
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By CreditRiskMonitor

Credit debt – with interest rates at record lows – is a burgeoning worldwide problem. Will heightened risk hit your customer portfolio this year and if so, how can you get yourself ready for the fallout?

Insolvency Across Borders: China
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Transparency in China is low, which makes business dealings a little murky. Here’s what you need to know to arm yourself against risk.

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The Indian market is high on the radar for many credit professionals, yet if you’re going to do business with this South Asian country, you need to know the facts. 

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Insolvency rules often vary from one country to the next. Here’s what you need to know when working with the European Union.

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