Country Risk Rating - Factorial Analysis Method
Defining risks and performances is a classical procedure, but also very important, because it is the base in evaluating risks. The patterns of evaluation are the most important instruments of scientific knowledge, a conventional image of the objective that needs to be examined. Those are builder in a way that reflects the characteristics of the object: attributes, reciprocal relationships, structural and functional parameters, needed in researching purpose. The patterns of evaluation are, most of the times, a combination of qualitative and quantitative analysis, using techniques adopted by international firms, but also using techniques adopted by banking institutions. The purpose is to offer clients more exact information’s about the risks in order to obtain the best optimization of banking portfolio.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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