Learn more about your Creditsafe rating
As an Investor it is important that you understand the potential risks involved when you lend to a business. Creditsafe provides easy to use reports that illustrate the risk profile of a business using various sources of data.
In the UK, Creditsafe is one of only 4 primary data providers. This allows us to obtain our company information directly from official sources such as Companies House, London and Edinburgh Gazette and The Registry Trust. This data is combined with our unique data sets such trade payment experiences and is then analysed to produce one of the most predictive credit rating algorithms in the industry.
What does the Creditsafe credit rating mean?
Creditsafe company reports employ a system which rates companies from 1 -100 indicating the likelihood of a company entering insolvency in the next 12 months. High risk companies are highlighted in red whereas creditworthy companies are highlighted in green allowing Investors to make informed decisions when choosing who to lend to.
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|71 - 100||Very Low Risk|
|51 - 70||Low Risk|
|30 - 50||Moderate Risk|
|21 - 29||High Risk|
|1 - 20||Very High Risk|
Endorsed by all major insurers
Creditsafe’s rating system is one of the most trusted within the industry, as a result of this all the UK’s major insurers endorse our ratings and limits.