Simplify credit risk analysis with S&P Global RiskGauge Reports for 50 million companies worldwide.

 
Assessing and monitoring the credit risk of your global counterparties and investments can be challenging and time consuming, due to differing filing obligations, and inconsistent timeliness, availability and quality of data. The need for automated, efficient and robust analysis tools is paramount.

Get a detailed view of a company’s credit risk with comprehensive business credit reports for public and private companies across the globe, including small- and medium-enterprises (SMEs).
 

RiskGauge Reports from S&P Global Market Intelligence blend traditional credit risk assessments with robust data to help you efficiently score and monitor your potential risk exposure to over 50 million rated, unrated, public and private companies across the globe.

These comprehensive business credit reports are powered by dynamic analytical models, credit scores and robust data, including: 

  • S&P Global RiskGauge Score comprising elements of a company’s fundamentals and market signals based probability of default (PD) scores to provide you with a holistic assessment of a company's creditworthiness.
  • PaySense identifies potential delays in trade payables by leveraging historical trade payment data and macroeconomic factors.
  • MaxLimit identifying maximum exposure limits based on the analysis of a customer’s PD, liquidity risk, recovery and a user’s risk appetite.

S&P Global RiskGauge Reports also include:

  • Company Firmographics - contact details, status, and established dates.
  • Descriptive Context of Score - to better understand the drivers of risk with rich, insightful commentary and analysis.
  • Relative Performance - to help benchmark performance against peers across risk dimensions.


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See the RiskGauge models and scores in action with our blogs and webinar replays.
  • Explore the potential macroeconomic scenarios of a pandemic on credit risk in various industries by applying the Macro-Scenario Model.
  • Discover the latest trends in trade payables, explore shifts in trade credit activities, and provide a forward-looking view on companies’ payment behaviour using a statistical model.
Join us for this webinar, where we will be detailing the impact on corporate supply chains and counterparty credit risk as a result of COVID-19, and the United States (US) - China Trade Wars. Using Credit Analytics suite of solutions, and Panjiva's Supply Chain Intelligence research, we will illustrate how you can utilise our statistical models, and supply chain data on our platform, to gain essential insights. 
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Blog: Understanding the Shift in Trade Credit in the COVID-19 Pandemic

In this article, we present the results of a study on the trade payables of US companies since the outbreak of COVID-19, aiming to provide a clearer picture on the shift in supply-chain financing activities due to the pandemic, as well as a forward-looking view on companies’ payment behavior.


Blog: Gauging Credit Risk Through a Multi-Dimensional Lens

“Which credit risk model should I use?” is a question that is even more relevant in times of market stress, such as the unpredictable COVID-19 era. Whilst “the one with the best performance” may seem like a reasonable answer, the (un)fortunate fact is that credit risk models are tailored for different objectives and thus exhibit a broader set of distinct performance characteristics. 


Read our latest research on a unique approach to assessing SME credit risk that can help you avoid unwanted exposures by utilizing our new RiskGauge reports and models.

In everyday business, defining the appropriate credit limits for customers plays an important role in helping a supplier maintain short-term liquidity, optimize growth opportunities, and manage the risk of non-payment. Our latest blog discusses how MaxLimit framework can help assess maximum exposure when there is no universal, or generally accepted, approach.  
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