creditworthiness

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trustworthiness with money as based on a person's credit history

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Fannie Maes credit risk sharing program has changed our business model.
Jordan Dubai Islamic Bank (JDIB) has announced a plan to implement a credit risk solution from SunGard.
The event will be organised by Fleming Gulf on October 27 and 28 in Dubai to help professionals ensure an efficient credit risk management by developing a solid robust credit risk framework for successful risk confrontation.
Credit Risk Management Forum for Financial ServicesC[pounds sterling]Effectively managing credit risks in an era of changeC[yen]
In order to effectively manage global working capital, the customer-to-cash (composed of credit risk and receivables management) and the procure-to-pay (composed of procurement and payables management) processes need to be streamlined.
Asking banks to keep too much capital in reserve to cover credit risk can be a source of market distortion in risk management behavior (Allen and Gale, 2003; Dionne and Harchaoui, 2003).
Unfortunately, some managers might use fewer credit derivatives to reduce credit risk due to this potential earnings volatility.
With the introduction of banking regulations, there is an awareness in the industry now to identify, measure, monitor and control credit risk as well as to determine that they hold adequate capital against this risk.
The management of a healthy bank has an incentive to develop future business and an ability to take credit risk and to invest in the systems that enable it to do so profitably.
This insurance tool transforms an asset risk, which is the projected value of the building, into a known credit risk, with the credit risk being the credit of the insurance company that underwrites the policy, and the reversion value that they guarantee.
Policies and procedures to reduce credit risk on transactions by obtaining adequate collateral, third-party guarantees or letters of credit, for example, and by using master netting agreements with counterparties.
While governments and regulatory bodies are trying to revive their economies and are putting banks under pressure to increase their lending, the industry's ability to manage credit risk remains weak.
In a further innovation of its credit risk sharing program, Freddie Mac announced today a new front-end credit risk transfer offering, Freddie Mac Deep MI CRT.
The original framework assessed capital mainly in relation to credit risk (the risk of loss due to the failure of a counterparty to meet its obligations) and addressed other risks only implicity, effectively loading all regulatory capital requirements on measures of credit risk.
When the GSEs guarantee MBS, they are taking only the credit risk of these mortgages.