August 07, 2013 | Cbonds
Risk Management Institute extends its CVI indices inventory by Australia, Taiwan, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
RMI Probabilities of Default (RMI PDs) of individual firms are used in the CVI to produce bottom-up measures of credit risk in economies, regions and portfolios of special interest. The CVIs are a set of indicators that gauge economic and financial environments in a new dimension. They are best viewed as stress indicators that reflect heightened credit risks in the corporate sector from three different angles.
A group of companies can consist of countries, regions or portfolios:
North America: Canada, United States of America
Europe: Eurozone, Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, United Kingdom, Sweden
Asia: Australia, China, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan
Special Portfolios: S&P500 Index
You can find RMI’s indicators in a section «Market Participants' Indices»
Company: Risk Management Institute
|Full company name||NUS RMI Credit Research Initiative|
|Country of risk||Singapore|