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credit analysisnoun [C or U]

uk   us   plural credit analyses also credit appraisal
FINANCE, BANKING a calculation of the risk of lending money to a particular person, company, or government based on their ability to pay it back: The company was facing charges it had lent money to two subsidiaries without doing proper credit analyses.
credit analyst
noun [C] also credit appraiser
A credit analyst believes the company is 30 times more likely to default on its debts than it was seven months ago.
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