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Insights

Aon Credit International are committed to providing our clients with up to date insights into the credit insurance market, whether this be in the form of events or thought leadership pieces. See below for a selection of our recent articles, as well as our upcoming events.

Trading Perspectives USA

In-depth risk analysis includes perspectives from our team on the ground, who are on the pulse of local market dynamics and macro-economic trends.

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Future Shape of Credit Risk

Future shape of credit solutions Bringing credit, structured credit, political risks and surety together

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Too big to fail? - high profile insolvencies

Credit risk profiling is changing for many businesses, following recent high profile insolvencies

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Trading Perspectives Gulf Cooperation Council

Aon’s new Trading Perspectives report has a focus on the Gulf Cooperation Council market

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What does macro trends in Trade Credit mean for business?

While every trading sector can be different it is worth noting that a toxic mix of huge debt, declining sales, shrinking customer base and cutthroat competition have laid the foundations of a number of business failures since the financial crisis.

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Accounting standard changes

The new IFRS 9 rules, and equivalent US GAAP standards are aimed at increasing the accuracy and transparency of how credit risk is represented on a company’s Balance Sheet and P&L.

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Credit Insights

Credit Insights has been created with the purpose of providing insightful commentary from the credit insurance market; covering the innovations and developments which are currently occurring.

September 2016 Issue

  • A global economic outlook following Britain’s vote to leave the EU by Trevor Williams, the former Chief Economist of Lloyds Bank
  • Insurer profile – A Q&A segment with with Ewa Rose, the Managing Director
  • A look at what is occurring within Aon Credit International
  • The UK credit insurance market at a glance
  • A view from our Chief Broking Officer

March 2016 Issue

  • Global economic outlook - Chris Williamson, Chief Economist at Markit shares his views on the global economy
  • Insurer profile - An interview with Anil Berry, CEO, Euler Hermes World Agency
  • Aon news - A look at what is happening within Aon Credit International.
  • Meet an Aon Risk Analyst We ask Mark Powell what the key challenges
  • credit managers have faced over the past year, and how they have been solved?Topical trade issues - the latest fears and hopes for global trade growth

Trading Perspectives

Find your detailed country market reports below. Each report takes an in depth look at the market environment in that country, the approach to insurance capacity and technical advice.

South Africa June 2017 Download
Brazil March 2017 Download
China April 2016 Download
Turkey August 2016 Download
Russia October 2016 Download

Credit Perspectives

A new series highlighting solutions to the challenges our clients face.

Receivables finance - We have found that there has been a significant increase in demand for credit risk insurance backed finance facilities for clients during the last 2 years. This has involved a number of different finance lines including; receivables, supply chain, stock, leasing and football finance, to name but a few. In this issue we have taken a look at Receivables Finance, focussing on how it works and the benefits of this approach.

Important upcoming accounting standard changes

The new IFRS 9 rules, and equivalent US GAAP standards are aimed at increasing the accuracy and transparency of how credit risk is represented on a company’s Balance Sheet and P&L. These will include requirements around the use of both historic as well as forward looking credit information in order to calculate the provisions for bad debt.

Trading Perspectives Gulf Cooperation Council

Aon’s new Trading Perspectives report has a focus on the Gulf Cooperation Council market.

 

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