Know your risk with Business Information
STRENGTHEN YOUR RISK MANAGEMENTDetailed vendor and counterparty risk assessments can be time consuming and resource intensive. Help your team by providing on-demand information on over 65 million companies across the globe.
Our credit information services are designed to help businesses make wise credit decisions, no matter where they trade. We offer a range of information products, from credit reports to recommendations on risk taking — all in one convenient package.
Our information is so good, we use it ourselves for our more than 10,000 underwriting decisions made each day. See for yourself and request a demo today.
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FORECASTING THE FUTURE
Many companies are exploring products like business information services as an added resource to help expedite and improve decision-making. Business information products can supplement traditional assessments and internal protocols to provide more robust third-party monitoring and market insights.
While each product varies, business information products typically incorporate financial, market, and socio-economic considerations. These factors combined together can help provide a more holistic view of a potential business scenario to help minimize disruptions and protect your bottom-line.
To learn more, download our most recent guide Forecasting the Future: How Business Information can prevent counterparty risks.
Our Business Information products
Coface Credit Opinion
Our monitoring services keep you informed of any changes in your business partner’s situation. Timely alerts help to reduce credit risks and avoid problems with suppliers and customers. Stay in control of potential risks and improve your decision-making process with Coface.
Coface Debtor Risk Assessment
The Debtor Risk Assessment measures the probability that a company will default over a 12 month period. It predicts the likelihood of the business having difficulty in surviving as a trading entity. The DRA uses different statistical methods and combines hard facts (such as financial data and ratings) and a soft facts (e.g. company management).