Webinar series Credit Management tips 1/6: How to assess creditworthiness
7 May @ 09:30 - 10:00
How to assess creditworthiness
It isn’t just about the maths. Accounts filed at Companies House show what a company was, not necessarily what the company is. What else can we look for?
When companies file accounts according to corporate law, this is generally around 6 months (Plc) or 9 months (private limited). To be clear here, a Plc with a year-end of December does not have to file its accounts until the end of June. Private limited companies do not have to file until the end of September. As we have become all too aware, we live in a fast-paced business environment and changes (either good or bad) can change in a very short space of time. What looked good in December, may not be the case in June or September. How best then can we evaluate the company now?
Different methods for determining creditworthiness
During this webinar, Colin Sanders will talk you through the different methods to evaluate a company.
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