CRR

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AcronymDefinition
CRRConservatoire à Rayonnement Régional (French: Regional Influence Conservatory)
CRRCapital Requirements Regulation (EU)
CRRCertificat Restreint de Radiotéléphoniste (French: Restricted Operator's Certificate)
CRRCash Reserve Ratio
CRRCenter for Retirement Research (Boston College)
CRRCongestion Revenue Rights (electricity)
CRRCemal Resit Rey (Turkish concert hall)
CRRCarbo Ceramics Inc (stock symbol)
CRRCox Ross Rubinstein (financial options valuation model)
CRRCenter for Reproductive Rights
CRRCurrent Run Rate
CRRConseil Régional de la Réunion (French: Regional Reunion Council)
CRRCredit Risk Rating
CRRCard Reader Replacement
CRRCorporate Risk Rating
CRRCode Review Record
CRRContinuous Remote Replication
CRRContinuous Renal Replacement
CRRCost Recovery Rate
CRRCertified Realtime Reporter
CRRContract Rights Renewal (UK)
CRRCountry Risk Rating (various organizations)
CRRCooperatively Rearranging Region (crystals)
CRRCommon Root Rot (plant disease)
CRRClosed Ring Resonator
CRRCredit Report Request
CRRConcussion Recognition and Response (smartphone application; trademark of Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.)
CRRCentre de Recherche Routière (French: Central Road Research; Belgium)
CRRCentre for Refugee Research (Australia)
CRRCentral Readiness Regiment (Japan)
CRRClinchfield Railroad
CRRContext Representation and Reasoning
CRRCalandre Rétro Rouennaise (French automobile club)
CRRCommon Risk Rules (trade; EU)
CRRCall Return Rate
CRRCuminanza Rumantscha Radio e Televisiun (Romansh speaking Radio and Television, Switzerland)
CRRCenter for Renewable Resources
CRRCriminal Record Report
CRRCenter for Radiological Research
CRRCentre for Remanufacturing & Reuse (UK)
CRRCampaign for Renters' Rights (Oakland, CA)
CRRCertification Requirements Review
CRRClient Relations Representative
CRRCareer and Recovery Resources, Inc. (Houston, TX; est. 1945)
CRRClinical Reportable Range
CRRCase Reconciliation Review
CRRChurchill Research Range
CRRCritical Requirements Review (NASA)
CRRComputer Run Report (NASA)
CRRCapacity-Related Reliability
CRRChange Request Reply
CRRCognizant Regional Representative
CRRCustomer Relation Representative
CRRCrew Readiness Review
CRRCredential Record Reference
CRRCyber Risk Report (Cisco Systems)
CRRCarcass Return Rate
CRRCompetitive Rate Request
CRRChange Request Report
CRRCommon Radio Room
CRRCargo Release Request (shipping)
CRRConsumer's Reliability Risk
CRRClutter Rejection Radar
CRRContingency Retention Requirement
CRRCandidate Referral Roster
CRRCenter for Radiation Research
CRRComparison Risk Ranking
CRRCommunity Recovery Residence
CRRCost Recovery Regulations
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The credit bureau service is just taking off and just in time for the new challenge as they spearhead in changing and innovating lending systems in the Philippines from asset-based or physical collateral of assets and into risk-based through the determination of a company's credit risk rating and an individual's credit score.
Various credit risk rating models have been used in earlier research to measure and predict default risk in commercial loans.
Source: William Treacy and Mark Carey, "Credit risk rating at large US banks," Federal Reserve Bulletin, November 1998, pp.
The possible answers to that question range from a risk-free settlement rate (that is, a rate that would essentially ignore credit risk considerations) to an incremental rate of borrowing (that is, the rate an entity could obtain today for a similar loan taking into account its current credit risk rating) and depend on the concept of market that is adopted (trading market or exit value for settlement rate and origination market or entry value for incremental borrowing rate).
Arif Shaikh, Chief Risk Officer for First Gulf Bank, says, "S&P Risk Solutions was selected for its extensive experience in evaluating banks' credit risk rating models and the ability to work with the bank across a variety of models used by the bank.
The S&P move follows affirmation of the bank's long term credit risk rating of A- stable by Fitch in August and earlier by Capital Intelligence of A stable in June.
Coface gives Chile an A2 credit risk rating, indicating that the probability of payment default is low, but the country's economic and political environment and the payment record of companies is not as good as Al-rated countries.
A direct credit substitute (other than a purchased credit-enhancing I/O) is assumed in connection with an asset-backed commercial paper program sponsored by the bank and the bank is able to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Federal Reserve, prior to relying upon its use, that the bank's internal credit risk rating system is adequate.
Most frequently, this is done by distributing the credits across the bank's internal credit risk rating system, which provides a picture of the current state of the credit portfolio.
It claims that Rating Manager is a flexible solution that enables financial institutions to improve and streamline the process of performing credit risk rating using Basel II-compliant internal rating models.