BICRA

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AcronymDefinition
BICRABanking Industry Country Risk Assessment (Standard & Poor's)
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We classify the banking sector of India in group '5' under our Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment (BICRA).
S and P classified the Philippine banking sector in the group '7' under its Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment (Bicra).
Our Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment for Kuwait is '4', on a scale of '1' (strongest) to '10' (weakest)".
In its latest Philippine banking industry assessment, S&P classified the Philippine banking sector in group '7' under its Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment (Bicra).
Summary: Standard & PoorEe's (S&P) classified the banking sector of Lebanon (Ee"B-/BEe") in group Ee"9Ee" under its Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment (BICRA).
On average, banks display high regulatory capital positions, and our Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment is '6' (on a scale of 1-10, with '1' being the lowest risk and '10' the highest).
Prolonged weakness in asset quality of Indian banks could lead us to assess that economic risk a key factor in our banking industry country risk assessment and ratings on banks has increased" SandP stated.
Standard & Poor's classifies the banking sector of the Republic of Uzbekistan (not rated) in group '8' under Standard & Poor's Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment (BICRA) methodology.
S&P said its 'BB' anchor for Security Bank drew on its Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment (Bicra) methodology and its view of the economic and industry risks in the countries where the bank was operating.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services classifies the banking sector of Qatar (/ Stable/A-1+) in group '4' under its Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment (BICRA) criteria.
The ratings agency upgraded the Kingdom's banking system rating, assigning it a Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment (BICRA) rating of 2.
S&P's has given Egypt's banks a Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment score of 8 out of 10, reflecting what it says are the country's risks in resilience, credit and econ-omic imbalances.