Moodyâs Analytics, a global leader in risk management solutions, today announced Moodyâs CreditView, an innovative solution that offers credit professionals a comprehensive, consolidated and streamlined view of credit information. With Moodyâs CreditView, credit professionals can easily access a broad perspective on credit including credit fundamentals, market signals and quantitative insight.
âCredit professionals rely on Moodyâs Analytics to provide best-in-class credit risk measures to quickly and accurately evaluate risk in their portfolios,â said Daniel Russell, Executive Director, Moodyâs Analytics. âMoodyâs CreditView delivers a fresh approach by allowing credit professionals the ability to quickly and easily construct an independent view of credit risk. Moodyâs CreditView empowers customers to leverage our content and expertise in the way that works best for them.â
Moodyâs CreditView is based on extensive research conducted by Moodyâs Analytics into the real-world needs of credit professionals. By presenting information in an easy-to-scan and navigate format through a single view, it reduces the need to consult multiple platforms throughout the day. Clients can also easily navigate deeply into research, data, and analytics as they construct their view of risk.
Moodyâs CreditView features four main components:
â¢ Moody's Investors Service ratings, methodologies, and recent issuer and industry research in a simplified view. Also included are rating rationales, outlooks, and factors that could cause the rating to change.
â¢ Market signals from Moodyâs Analytics, including Market Implied Ratings (MIRÂ®) and EDFTM (Expected Default Frequency) credit measures.
â¢ Financial and credit ratios, including analyst-adjusted data and best-in-class analytics that provide additional transparency and insight into Moody's ratings.
â¢ Monthly default reports from Moodyâs Analytics, built on default and credit quality statistics, at the industry and regional level.
At launch, Moodyâs CreditView covers the corporate finance, financial institutions, insurance and sovereign sectors. Public finance and structured finance coverage will be added later.