CreditRiskMonitor CEO Jerry Flum and Senior VP Peter Roma recently spoke with PYMNTS.com on why public company debt should scare creditors as it relates to bankruptcy risk.
CreditRiskMonitor has debuted its new Financial Statement Sourcing service, giving credit and supply chain professionals the ability to quickly and accurately track and analyze the financial performance of private companies.
CreditRiskMonitor (OTCQX: CRMZ) reported that revenues for the year ended December 31, 2017 increased to $13.39 million up 4% compared to 2016.
In the conclusion of a recent article by author Adam Fiore of The Real Deal, CreditRiskMonitor President William Danner spoke about the financial challenges facing Neiman Marcus Group LTD LLC.
CreditRiskMonitor President William Danner recently contributed an article for Food Logistics which took an in-depth look at the problem of corporate debt in the supply chain world.
Published in Credit Research Foundation’s quarterly journal, this article discusses how crowdsourcing the research activity of corporate credit professionals provides an early warning of business counterparty financial risk.
RetailDive's Ben Unglesbee explores the CreditRiskMonitor subscriber site to discover the bankruptcy risk growing within the books of posh retailer Neiman Marcus Group LTD LLC in this report.
The world is overrun by debt. How can companies and supply chains protect themselves from the consequences of massive default? CreditRiskMonitor CEO Jerry Flum shares his views in this podcast.
Which debt conditions putting pressure on our global economy should procurement pros make themselves familiar with? And how can we mitigate supplier risk? CreditRiskMonitor President William Danner explains in his article, published by Procurious.
Of all the sources of risk supply chain managers face on a daily basis, none is currently at an inflection point quite like debt, as explained by CreditRiskMonitor President William Danner in this article for Inbound Logistics.
The dramatic decline in how much Sears owes vendors may be because the suppliers are no longer providing the department store with credit, says CreditRiskMonitor president William Danner in this recent Reuters feature.
CreditRiskMonitor reported that revenues were $3.39 million and $9.96 million for the 3 and 9 months ended September 30, 2017, respectively.