WEBINARS > Health of businesses
CreditorWatch Business Risk Index
October 13th, 11:30am - 12:30pm (AEDT)
Patrick Coghlan,
CEO, CreditorWatch
James O'Donnell,
Director, Open Analytics
You are invited to the release of the inaugural CreditorWatch Business Risk Index (BRI) results and insights on Wednesday 13 October.

The first of its kind in Australia, the Business Risk Index is a new economic indicator, ranking data points for more than 300 regions to reveal the best and worst performing industries.

The index ranks early risk indicators such as best and worst performing regions for insolvency, best and worst performing industries for payments, and year-on-year changes in trade receivables, acting as a barometer for the overall health of the Australian economy.

Join The Hon Bruce Billson, the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, who will open the session alongside CreditorWatch CEO Patrick Coghlan and index creator, James O’Donnell. The webinar will be moderated by finance commentator, Ali Cain and includes a live Q&A session.


CreditorWatch’s Business Risk Index

  • The first Business Risk Index results build on the success of CreditorWatch’s current Business Risk Review to identify granular signs of economic stress, or recovery, on a scale never seen before.
  • This provides an early warning system for businesses, banks and other lenders, as well as governments and other public sector agencies.
  • It draws on a wide range of data points to produce a dynamic measure of future insolvency risk for more than 300 regions across Australia. This is the first time forward-looking insolvency risk has been measured in this way.
  • The Business Risk Index is built using transactional data from one million Australian businesses, combined with Australia’s largest ASIC database, and economic data.
  • Inputs include commercial rental prices and trading information from more than 55,000 CreditorWatch customers, reported through Xero and MYOB.
  • Live Q&A

See you there!

Register for your free webinar.