GLOBAL CREDIT RATING CO.


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Source Issuer Rating
AA_DE INTER Krankenve.. A
AA_DE HUK-COBURG-Lebe.. A+
AA_DE HUK24 AG A++
AA_DE HUK-COBURG, Haf.. A++
AA_DE INTER Allgemein.. A
NEWS
JCRER - 2018-03-15
JCR Eurasia Rating has affirmed the credit ratings of Ak Faktoring A.Ş. and “Cash Flows arising from Bond Issuances” as ‘BBB+ (Trk)’ on the Long Term National Scale and A-2 (Trk) on the Short Term Nat

JCRER - 2017-09-29
JCR Eurasia Rating has reaffirmed the credit ratings of the consolidated structure of “Boyner Perakende ve Tekstil Yatırımları Anonim Şirketi and its Subsidiary “and “Cash Flows Relating to the Outsta

JCRER - 2017-09-29
JCR Eurasia Rating has reviewed and affirmed the credit ratings of T.C. Ziraat Bankası A.Ş. and its Consolidated Structure as ‘AAA (Trk)’ on the Long Term National scale and ‘BBB-‘ on the Long Term In

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Overview

Name:
Global Credit Rating Co.
Abbreviation:
GCR
Country of Residence:
South Africa
Webpage:
Languages spoken:
English

Global Credit Rating is an African rating agency covering financial institutions, insurances, corporate and Structured Finance in several African countries. GCR operates under a hybrid model as rating reports are not publicly available.

Registered as CRA in the EU:
No
Certified as CRA in the EU:
No
ECAI Status:
No
Registered as CRA in:
South Africa

GCR is registered with the South African Financial Services Board (“FSB”). GCR operates as a Rating Agency in terms of the Nigerian Investments and Securities Act.

Market Segments Covered:
Other Corporates, Financial Institutions, Insurances, Sovereign and Public Finance
Countries Covered:
Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa
Business Model:
hybrid model

Business model: GCR operates under a hybrid model.

Coverage: GCR covers 1) Financial Institutions: banks and non-bank financial institutions, 2) Insurance: short term insurance, assurance, reinsurance & healthcare , 3) Corporate and Public Sector Debt: corporates & industrial borrowers; property funds; parastatals, utilities, state governments & local authorities and 4) Structured Finance & Securitisation.

Availability of ratings and reports at website: While the list of rated entities is available and that press releases are published, rating reports and further information needs to be acquired (either as pay per document or via subscription).