Creditworthiness is difficult enough to gauge during times of economic stability. With the post-pandemic world, trade patterns are shifting. As these patterns change, so does the creditworthiness across geographies, sectors and individual businesses. These changes are forcing credit risk experts to adapt to a new credit risk environment where the traditional approach to analysis just isn’t enough. In order to adapt to this new credit risk environment, credit risk experts need to adopt an integrated approach to risk assessment. Integrated risk assessment is about concurrently evaluating all upside and downside factors – not just the usual financial considerations, but all considerations that can make an entity a desirable or undesirable trade partner. Knowing who you trade with calls for impeccable entity data. This session explores the how global entity and ownership data can help you assess and review companies more effectively, improve accuracy and spot risk more quickly. In this session you will learn how to: Use entity data to compare and benchmark companies across industries and borders; Monitor companies for change and automatically trigger reviews; Interpret data quickly for faster and more accurate risk assessment.