ICE launches new Credit Risk suite
May 9, 2019

Intercontinental Exchange, a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, has this week announced that ICE Data Services has launched ICE Credit Risk, an innovative new suite of analytics.

It says these analytics measure credit risk by combining daily market credit risk analytics with monthly fundamental credit views from financial institutions. Consensus estimates will be provided on an exclusive basis by Credit Benchmark, a provider of consensus-based credit analytics.

"The current approaches in the market used to measure credit risk are either slow to respond to market activity, do not measure risk at a security level or do not take into account more fundamental reviews of credit risk," said Lynn Martin, President & COO of ICE Data Services.

"As such, market participants lack a single, up-to-date view that combines fundamental company analysis with current market data including liquidity scores, market reflective spreads and related price analytics. Through our collaboration with Credit Benchmark, we're able to quickly launch an innovative new product that will provide more transparency and new risk management tools to the bond market."





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Intercontinental Exchange, a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, has this week announced that ICE Data Services has launched ICE Credit Risk, an innovative new suite of analytics.

It says these analytics measure credit risk by combining daily market credit risk analytics with monthly fundamental credit views from financial institutions. Consensus estimates will be provided on an exclusive basis by Credit Benchmark, a provider of consensus-based credit analytics.

"The current approaches in the market used to measure credit risk are either slow to respond to market activity, do not measure risk at a security level or do not take into account more fundamental reviews of credit risk," said Lynn Martin, President & COO of ICE Data Services.

"As such, market participants lack a single, up-to-date view that combines fundamental company analysis with current market data including liquidity scores, market reflective spreads and related price analytics. Through our collaboration with Credit Benchmark, we're able to quickly launch an innovative new product that will provide more transparency and new risk management tools to the bond market."



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