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COUNTRY AND SECTOR RISK BAROMETER Q3 2023: MACROECONOMICS PUT TO THE TEST BY MICROECONOMIC DETERIORATIONRead More
The rating agency Moody’s, on 28th September 2023, has upgraded the financial strength rating (Insurance Financial Strength Rating – IFSR) for Coface to A1 from A2. The agency has also changed the outlook for Coface to stable from positive.Read More
HOW TO AVOID THE RISKS OF NON-PAYMENTS AND GUARANTEE THE PROFITABILITY OF THE COMPANY, SELLING IN DOMESTIC MARKET AND ABROADRead More
COFACE SA: AM BEST AFFIRMS COFACE’S MAIN OPERATING SUBSIDIARIES RATING AT A (EXCELLENT) WITH A STABLE OUTLOOK
AM Best highlights that this rating reflects, “Coface group’s balance sheet strength, which AM Best categorises as very strong, as well as its adequate operating performance, favourable business profile and appropriate enterprise risk management”Read More
The United States could run out of cash as early as June 1 if Congress does not suspend or raise the debt ceiling. The consequences could be a challenge for the US economy. Read our expert's analysis.Read More
Coface launches the 2023 edition of its Country & Sector Risks Handbook in a brand new format but as always with our much anticipated country and sector risk assessments.
Our economic research team offers you their analysis and forecasts for 160 countries and 13 sectors.
Turnover: €1,812m, up +13.4% at constant FX and perimeter and +15.6% on a reported basis
Trade Credit Insurance premiums grow by +14.4% driven by high client activity in still inflationary environment
Client retention at record highs (92.9%); pricing down (-3.0%) in line with 9M-2022
Business information revenues up by +11.6% at constant FX and +13.1% at the full scope; factoring up by +10.0%
Remote work has emerged as a new norm during the Covid-19 pandemic. As we emerge from the crisis, this cultural shift could allow companies located in developed countries to hire teleworking talent in emerging countries to reduce their labour costs.Read More
Even though their degree of vulnerability to this shock depends on many factors, the initial situation of their public finances is a key issue, as it determines their response capacity to the multitude of economic consequences of this