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The deterioration in corporate payment habits in France is echoed in insolvency numbers, with an undisputed increase observed since the start of the year that has even overshot pre-Covid levels. Learn more now.
The 15th CEE Top 500 study provides an insight into the future and summarizes the region’s economic activity for the previous year. Moreover, it describes the condition of the 500 largest companies in CEE by their turnover.
After a slowdown in 2023 mainly due to lower energy production and prices, 2024 is expected to be a year of higher economic growth for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries as, after several months of pessimism about global oil demand, prices have been on the rise since summer. But all countries are not equal…
Country and Sector Risk Barometer Q3 2023: Macroeconomics put to the test by microeconomic deterioration10/17/2023
All the leading indicators point to a sharp slowdown in activity in North America and the Eurozone towards the end of the year, and the recovery of the Chinese economy has rapidly collided with structural weaknesses and a lack of confidence among households and businesses. In this context, we have modified 7 country risk assessments (2 upgrades and 5 downgrades) and 33 sector risk assessments (17 upgrades and 16 downgrades).
More in our latest barometer.
The rating agency Moody’s, on 28th September 2023, has upgraded the financial strength rating (Insurance Financial Strength Rating - IFSR) for Coface to A1 from A2. The agency has also changed the outlook for Coface to stable from positive.
Companies doing business in the Central and Eastern European region should follow carefully the development of insolvency figures. The unforeseen failure of one or more of your business partners may negatively affect your business too.
Every year Coface analyses the 500 biggest companies in Central and Eastern Europe and ranks them by their turnover.
What is the leading sector? How did individual countries perform? How is the situation in the labour market?
Nov. 30th, 2017 / 14:00 - 14:30 CET
Effective credit risk management is a key enabler for profitable growth. The SAP S/4HANA Cloud Platform (HCP) allows efficient and flexible use of credit risk information by Coface. By automating your credit decision process your company can significantly reduce payment defaults. Learn how Coface credit risk management services in SAP help BASF Group, the world’s leading chemical company.
Take this opportunity to gain knowledge from BASF how you can enable profitable growth and significantly reduce payment defaults by automating your credit decision process with effective credit risk management.