RapidRatings Blog

3 Strategies to Help Minimize Impact of Supplier Disruption

Can your Supply Chain Withstand Mother Nature’s Next Move?

CECL & Community Banks - Why the Effective Deadline Is Nearer Than You Think

Carillion: Could One Company's Liquidation Rock an Entire Industry?

CECL Has SEC Chairman's Support - Why wait to prepare?

CECL, Merton Models and Volatility’s Threat to ALLL Accuracy

IFRS 9 Reporting Deadline Weeks Away

Community Banks and Their Road to CECL Implementation

Three Unintended Consequences of False Positive Risk Ratings

Congressmen Cautious on CECL Implementation

The Masking Effect of Artificially Low Interest Rates on Supply Chains

OCC Issues Bulletin 2017-21, an FAQ to Supplement Guidance on Third-Party Relationships

Gearing Up for CECL: Summer Events Shed Light on Impending Accounting Standards Update

CECL Prospects Alarm Banks and Galvanize RapidRatings

Culture Shift in Supplier Relationship Management: Three Benefits of Treating Suppliers Like Partners

Default Frequency in 2016 Highest Since 2009, FHR Caught 94%

Begin CECL Planning Now: IFRS 9 May Help Banks to Prepare

Hanjin's Default Raises the Alarm for Just-In-Time Inventory Strategies

Getting Ready for CECL: 3 Steps to Take Now Towards CECL Preparedness

Risk Management: Using Financial Health to Guide Your Way through Ambiguous Times

The 3 Myths of Private Company Financial Analysis: Lessons Learned from the Coates Engineering Group Bankruptcy

Hanjin Default: Global Supply Chains Stuck in a Sea of Uncertainty

How Brazil’s Volatility is Affecting Supply Chain Decisions

2016 Rapid Ratings Half-Year Default Study

Making Progress, Challenges Ahead: Banking & Third-Party Risk Management

5 Lessons Learned from General Motors' Supplier Bankruptcy

Brexit Spurs Risk Reassessment: 5 Factors to Consider When Evaluating UK Companies

The Record-Breaking Bankruptcy in Brazil: Did You See It Coming?

Can You Predict Energy Defaults?

The CECL Revolution in Financial Assets - Update on the FASB Reform

'Tis the Season to Be…Worried

The Interest Rate Hike and its Effect on Your Supply Chain