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ArticlesApril 6, 2017

Special Report - April 2017

PRACTICES INCREASING THE CREDIT RISK

Practices such as an unusually fast growth in a complex context, risky credit operations approval, commercialization of loan credit assets and parallel information systems affect, sooner rather than later, the credit risk. In accordance to Microrate’s experience, an inappropriate management of assets’ quality has a direct impact, not necessarily immediate, on the financial institutions’ (FI) financial health.

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