This is Credit & risk management information

In 2013 risk information markets continued to enjoy superior growth as information firms upsold their basic data with analytic suites for mortgage, healthcare, auto, and P&C insurance customers.
But also in 2013 it was the turn of credit firms to show higher growth.
Furthermore, increasing adoption of credit and trading information in emerging markets means that credit information (the largest segment) possibly has the greater longer term growth potential .
So, for this edition, we have expanded our analysis of personal and business credit to include competitor shares for the seven countries that make up nearly 80% of the global market as well as the newer credit bureau markets of India, Russia and China.
Credit and company information firms such as Experian, Equifax, Transunion and Dun & Bradstreet are typical of information firms in that they are developing more analytic services and investing in faster growing economies. Where they differ is in how they are expanding into other information sectors such as marketing services and risk information. In these sectors they face different competitors. We address these too.
Features;
·         60 slides
·         Forecasts for 2014 and 2015-18 CAGR
·         M&A deals and trends
·         Product launch analysis
·         Strategic activity analysis
·         Credit competitor market shares by country and region, for consumer and business credit information
·         Revenues for the top 50 credit information firms, top 10 mortgage and alternative credit information firms, top 10 credit ratings firms, top 10 auto and P&C risk information firms, top 20 employee screening firms, top 30 healthcare information firms
·         CEO strategy survey
·         Market segmentation by verticals and geography
·         Market segmentation by type of credit and risk information
·         Trend and indicator analysis
For a more detailed table of contents please click here.

Credit & risk; single user licence

Price: £1,995

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