Examples of improving the accounting system of credit risk for businesses

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 12 (no. 2.1),
p. 100-105

In this paper, discusses the features of the credit risk for the enterprise. It is proposed to rely on the system's solvency criteria entrepreneurs. Analyzes existing ap-proaches to such an evaluation. The necessity of using models coenosis analysis. Bank should take into account and features of business entities in the management of credit risk, and the lack of an integrated science-based system for managing credit risk in lending to business entities requires the formation of new methodological designs.

Keywords: credit risk; price logical analysis; solvency entrepreneurs

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