Beyond the Credit Crunch: The New Credit Risk Landscape

John Brazier takes a look at the credit risk space to find out what has really changed since the credit crunch.

Developments in the wider market has meant that credit risk operations have had to embrace new tools and methodologies.

There’s a theory floating around some economic circles concerning a seven-year cycle of economic meltdowns that stretches way back to the Great Depression of the 1930s, a theory which, if believed, has dire implications for 2015.

A year into the new millennium, the dot-com bubble burst in spectacular fashion, followed seven years later by the collapse of Lehman Brothers, which, along with a number of other failures of capital markets firms, sparked the worldwide “credit crunch” and subsequent

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