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Credit Risk Management

Credit Risks: To take, avoid or insure?

With the broadest sense of credit provision, risks arise. Can the company repay this credit? Will this company pay on time? Is it wise to take risks occasionally, or is it better to avoid them or insure against them?

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Datastrategie
Master Data Management

A complete data strategy: In 4 steps from plan to execution

For something that is everywhere and always present, it often gets remarkably little attention. It is, of course, data. The remarkable thing about data is that everyone who spends most of their working days behind the computer is amassing mountains of it. Everything you look up, type in, process or transfer. But for what purpose, really? 

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Credit Summer Event 2023
Credit Risk Management

The highlights of Credit Summer Event

Couldn't make it to the Credit Summer Event? Or would you like to review all the highlights? We've listed all the key highlights. All panel discussions and keynotes revolved around triple threat; a triptych of current challenges facing the credit manager.

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Piggy Bank ESG
Credit Risk Management

Why ESG is the biggest game changer for Credit Managers

In today's world, your focus must extend beyond financial performance. ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) has just as much impact today. These factors are increasingly seen as crucial indicators of a company's overall health and sustainability. This makes ESG the biggest game changer for credit managers.

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What can we help you with?

Did a promising lead come in? Good for you! But now it's time to make some business decisions. Are you going to accept him as a customer? Can he buy on credit, and if so on what terms? When making these decisions, use our reliable business information, such as our credit risk data. Then you avoid doing business with companies that actually cannot meet their financial obligations. Read more.

Knowledge and understanding of your market is critical to your success. The Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud is the largest of its kind and allows you to conduct comprehensive analysis, understand your market share and market penetration, and uncover growth opportunities.

How many companies are there actually within a particular region and how big are these companies? How many companies are active within a specific branch and how many people are employed there? You can quickly and easily make counts and selections in D&B's international companies database on the basis of many criteria. This gives you an insight into where you can best focus your efforts and where your chances of success are the greatest. Read More

By integrating our rich database into your ERP system, you can benefit in many ways. For example, you clean up and keep your data clean throughout your organization. You can validate and enrich your customer and prospect information directly from your business application. Current information becomes instantly accessible within your ERP and you can use it to automate your acceptance process and improve scoring model. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) Read more.

Almost 70% of Dutch BVs are linked via shares to another company in the Netherlands or internationally. More than 30% of Dutch BVs and NVs have a link to foreign companies. The Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud is the most complete and reliable source for insight into the Dutch and foreign relationships of your business partners, ranging from small unknown companies to the largest multinationals with thousands of branches. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) Read more.

An initial check when selecting a supplier is not sufficient. It is then important to make all changes in risks transparent and to monitor them. This keeps you informed exactly how the risks in your total supply chain are developing. Only with this information can you correctly assess all risks within your portfolio. Read more.

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