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CRMSCedar Ridge Middle School (Decatur, AL)
CRMSCoastwide Reference Monitoring System (Louisiana)
CRMSColorado Rocky Mountain School
CRMSCharles Rennie Mackintosh Society (UK)
CRMSCommission Royale des Monuments et Sites (French: Royal Commission for Monuments and Sites; Belgium)
CRMSCustomer Relationship Management System
CRMSCertified Residential Mortgage Specialist (National Association of Mortgage Brokers)
CRMSCamp Road Middle School (Charleston, SC)
CRMSClinical Research Management System (various universities)
CRMSContinuous Rope Monitoring System (Ansys Limited)
CRMSCanyon Ridge Middle School (Austin, TX)
CRMSChestnut Ridge Middle School (Sewell, NJ)
CRMSCastle Rock Middle School (Castle Rock, Colorado)
CRMSCredit Risk Management System
CRMSChange Request Management System
CRMSCoon Rapids Middle School (Minnesota)
CRMSCorporate Records Management System (USACE)
CRMSCardiff Recorded Music Society (UK)
CRMSClinical Resource Management System
CRMSCitizen Request Management System
CRMSCentral Resource Management System
CRMSCross-Track Microwave Sounder
CRMSCollection Requirement Management System
CRMSCritical Response Medical Service
CRMSContent Resource Management System
CRMSConsolidated Resident Management System
CRMSContract Rate Management System
CRMSClient Record Management System
CRMSCanadian Reliability and Maintainability Symposium
CRMSComputer Resources Management System
CRMSCalkins Road Middle School (Pittsford, NY)
CRMSCold Rolled Mild Steel
CRMSCanaan Residential Model School (Bangladesh)
CRMSCowan Road Middle School (Griffin, Georgia)
CRMSCable Record Management System
CRMSCreekview Ranch Middle School (Roseville, CA)
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"The latest NPL figures indicate the banks continued efforts to adhere to sound credit risk management systems and to maintain high loan quality," the BSP said in a statement.
Some of the criteria by which credit risk management systems might be judged, described above, are considered in greater detail below.
As would be expected coming out of the LTCM event and other market difficulties in 1998, banking institutions, in their own self-interest, appear to be well under way in making enhancements to their credit risk management systems. With regard to the due diligence process, banks are requesting and receiving more information from their hedge fund counterparties, such as value-at-risk calculations, position concentrations, aggregate off-balance sheet positions, and the results of stress tests.
The two companies will work together to provide the scoring model and implementation support to financial institutions seeking to upgrade their credit risk management systems for SMEs, the U.S.
Since this area is relatively new, there is a shortage of experienced enterprise-wide credit risk management systems and specialists.
Al-Qassabi stated that Bayan will provide all types of credit-related services and products, like business reports, intra-trade, receivables/payable ,credit banking and financial reports as well as smart credit risk management systems which will cover all the institutions and companies operating in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and large class of international institutions and companies to serve commercial and industrial sectors.
Sohail Abanemi, the advisor of HE the minister of trade and investment stated that Bayan will provide all types of credit-related services and products, like business reports, intra-trade, receivables/payable ,credit banking and financial reports as well as smart credit risk management systems which will cover all the institutions and companies operating in Saudi Arabia and large class of international institutions and companies to serve commercial and industrial sectors.
855, on the other hand, amended the guidelines on sound credit risk management practices to ensure that financial institutions have adequate and effective credit risk management systems. This reinforces the microfinance principle, wherein granting of credit should be based on cash flow as the primary source of repayment and reputation of the client.
TFC strengthened its collections and credit risk management systems last year and has so far been able to contain the increase in NPF classifications.