Leanus and the Crisis Code - Here's how to monitor corporate health

The new indicators envisaged by the so-called CRISIS CODE. If the Net Equity is positive, then it is necessary to calculate the DSCR, the Financial Expenses / Revenues, Net Equity / Total Debts, Short-term Assets / Short-term Liabilities, Cash Flow / Total Assets, Social Security and Tax Debt / Total Assets . Each index is then compared with the sectoral thresholds. If none of the indices exceed the alert threshold, then the alert procedure must be initiated.

Leanus simulated how many companies would trigger the alert despite having a positive net worth. The results are amazing. I am in fact hardly just over a hundred companies with positive net worth which would trigger the alert because none of the indices exceeds the relative threshold. At least this is what emerges from the analysis of the 2018 financial statements of approximately 250.000 companies with revenues greater than 500.000 euros.

During the webinar in addition to show the new module on the CDC we will try to understand together with Andrea Isacchi (CEO of CR Expert) if and how the data from the Central Credit Register they can be used for perspective processing.

Andrea Isacchi - CR Expert CEO



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