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Trade Credit Quantified

Trade credit quantified is a new risk and analytics model which provides you with a bespoke probability and loss default forecast for your business portfolio.

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Trade Credit Quantified

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Who will benefit from Trade Credit Quantified?

Trade Credit Quantified works for any industry sector. The model has been designed as a tool for both newcomers to Trade Credit Insurance as well as seasoned users.

How does it work?

The model analyses clients’ trade receivables to predict potential losses over a range of statistical scenarios. It draws on 14 million historical data points, overlaid with current economic trends to provide you with a bespoke probability and loss default forecast for your business portfolio.

Trade Credit Quantified is simple to use with only four pieces of information required to run an initial analysis. A typical model run covers:

  • Rating & spread of risk on an aggregate portfolio, region, sector & individual buyer basis
  • Probability of Default Loss Forecasts on a portfolio basis
  • Breakdown of risk exposures by sector and geography
  • Return on Investment (ROI) calculations examining the cost of Premiums against potential sales growth and projected losses

Why WTW?

Trade Credit Quantified brings together the best of WTW, combining a global team of trade and credit insurance specialists with innovative data modelling to bring a compelling solution to our clients. We build trade credit insurance programs for some of the largest banks and corporate's worldwide, arranging support securitisations, receivables purchase and supplier credit/payable facilities.


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