BICRA

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BICRABanking Industry Country Risk Assessment (Standard & Poor's)
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SandP also classified the banking sector of the Philippines in group '5'; under their Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment (Bicra).
S&P has recently upgraded the country's classification in its Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment or BICRA to group "5".
Likewise, the BSP added the upgrade of the Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment (BICRA) of the Philippines to Group 6 from Group 7 by SandP Global Ratings amid improved credit fundamentals through the establishment of credit bureaus and improvement in the underwriting practices of the consumer loans segment contributed to the optimism.
S and P revised its banking industry country risk assessment on the Philippines to group '6' from group '7' due to the sector's improved credit fundamentals.
Noting that the "low-income" Indian economy and the government's limited fiscal flexibility constrain the country's economic resilience, S&P in its "Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment: India", however, said the medium- term outlook for growth remains healthy, which "provide sound development opportunities for Indian banks".
On average, banks display high regulatory capital positions, and S&P's Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment for Bahrain is 'seven' on a scale of one to 10, with 'one' being the lowest risk and '10' the highest.
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).
"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 Ratings Services published its "Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment: Uzbekistan," on Friday on RatingsDirect.
The ratings also reflect the Bank's 'bb-' anchor, based on S&P's Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment's economic and industry risk scores in Nigeria, both of which are 'eight'.