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Calculating credit risk (and the hidden risk within) without restrictions

Once you’ve done an initial credit risk assessment and decided to extend credit, what happens next?

Monitoring businesses after the initial credit check means staying on top of risk – being ahead of vulnerabilities and identifying late payment issues in advance.

Assessing credit risk isn’t a one-off process, and you need the most recent business data available to proactively maintain the level of risk your company is exposed to.

Yet, monitoring your credit portfolio is not just about managing risk in isolation. Business credit scores can also help identify opportunities for growth and improve your business’ cash flow.

Our database is one of the world’s largest and most trusted for credit management, meaning you can effectively monitor businesses across the world of any size and reduce risk. From unlimited credit check reports on a customer during your subscription period to automated alerts to discrepancies and financial health vulnerabilities.

Access intuitive risk management interfaces

Assessing and managing credit risk is a fine balancing act. One where making sound decisions depends massively on the quality of data at your disposal.

Our simple-to-read charts and graphics provide a clear risk breakdown view, including trends to highlight current risk distribution. Stay on top of the riskiest accounts – however you choose to segment your data – be it industry, location, aging buckets, or credit limit utilisation.

Reporting restrictions and credit check limits

Just because a company’s financial health is in the green this month doesn’t necessarily mean it will stay that way.

Monitoring your credit portfolio is an ongoing process. So, limits or restrictions to how many times you can check a company is the last worry you need. Ultimately it reduces your ability to effectively manage credit risk for your organisation.

However, with Dun & Bradstreet, once you’ve run a business credit check on a company you have unlimited access to future reports on that business. Meaning, you can rest assured that if a change occurs in the financial health of a business, you’ll have the data readily available to do something about it.