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CreditPro provides a comprehensive picture of your credit risk exposures with access to authoritative default, transition and recovery data, and powerful database and analytic tools.
With CreditPro, you can:
Evaluate the probabilities of default based on S&P Global Ratings default and ratings migration data covering 17,000+ companies, 130,000+ securities, 120,000+ structured finance issues, and 160+ sovereign ratings across the globe. We also provide recovery analytics, trends, and performance data based on credit loss information dating from 1981, and compiled on $188B+ in defaulted principal from U.S. companies.
Enhance the rigor of your credit risk assessments by integrating rating transition matrices and default and recovery rates that are tailored to reflect your specific portfolio and risk management requirements. Discover 24x7x365 Customer Support and added data transparency to support your internal and external reporting requirements.
Calculate the key risk metrics including marginal-, cumulative-default rate, and default correlation reports for companies, sovereigns, and securitized debt over specified timeframes. Easily modify a variety of report parameters such as industry and region, enhancing your own credit risk assessments by incorporating comparable historical ratings movements of similarly rated obligors or issues.
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