The Credit Research Initiative (CRI), founded in 2009 at the Risk Management Institute of National University of Singapore, is a non-profit undertaking offering credit risk measures for exchange-listed firms around the world. The CRI team has officially moved to the Asian Institute of Digital Finance of NUS since September 16, 2020. Pioneering the “public good” credit risk measures, the CRI is committed to advancing big data analytics and providing directly useful credit intelligence to academic and professional communities.Read More
The aggregate PD & AS measure the creditworthiness of a region, economy or sector. The aggregate forecast is now available for NoOfRegions geographic regions, NoOfEconomies economies, and NoOfSectors sectors/subsectors.
The Corporate Vulnerability Index (CVI) measures the creditworthiness of a selected region, economy or portfolio of interest. Three sets of indices, i.e. the equally-weighted CVI, value-weighted CVI, and the tail CVI, are now available for 25 selected groups.
Release of SACS - S1 2020. An analysis of credit outlooks across economies...Read More
Benefiting from increasing energy prices, Russian oil and gas companies display lower credit risk than their global peerRead More
This is a joint quarterly publication by Validus Capital Pte...Read More
When a significant credit related event merits special attention...Read More