We are focusing on  Bond Credit Rating , Issuer Credit Rating & Corporate Credit Rating

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Our Credit Ratings are provided for distribution to public or private markets or, where applicable, available for internal (confidential) management use only. It is depending on agreements between FiinRating and the Issuer. They are distributed where applicable, on the following basis:

  • Public ratings (issuer/issue): distributed via our websites and various news media, for issuers of publicly rated securities or private loan transactions of any size.
  • Public ratings (issuer/issue): distributed via our websites and various news media, for issuers of publicly rated securities or private loan transactions of any size.
  • Public ratings (issuer/issue): distributed via our websites and various news media, for issuers of publicly rated securities or private loan transactions of any size.

How can you benefit from FiinRating?

Creditors

Who are creditors?

Creditors are banks, financial institutions, bond issuance and investment consulting companies.

How can creditors benefit from FiinRating?

  • Exponential lending opportunities
  • Better caution & independence towards lending approach
  • Mitigating uncertainties out of their lending decisions
  • Reducing time & transaction costs

Investors

Who are investors?

Creditors are banks, financial institutions, bond issuance and investment consulting companies.

How can investors benefit from FiinRating?

  • Greater accessibility to investment that’s right to you
  • Foundation stone to good investment decisions
  • Comparable FiinRating’s results with Moody’s, FitchRating, Standard & Poor’s
  • Support portfolio management with early risk alerts via rating movements

Corporates

Who are corporates?

Enterprises providing goods and services that generate liabilities; enterprises conducting economic contract transactions; etc

How can creditors benefit from FiinRating?

  • Screening potential customers
  • Developing appropriate sales policies, financial mechanisms for each customer groups
  • Managing payables-receivables quality
  • Getting early risk alerts
  • Greater accessibility to sources of capital
  • Greater contact with big suppliers