Bad sources? The risks of alternative data

New ways to capture and package previously inaccessible data have given financial institutions (FIs) a diverse set of methods with which to assess the creditworthiness of corporate and retail customers. Despite the appeal, however, deploying this data does not guarantee clearer credit risk assessments – instead, it may muddy already murky waters.

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